Among the most hilarious things uttered by Rachel Maddow came when she appeared on "Real Time with Bill Maher" last June. Maddow was a guest along with Reason.com editor Nick Gillespie, publisher Mort Zuckerman and actor Mark Ruffalo. When Gillespie and Maher tried to pin Maddow down... -
Among the most hilarious things uttered by Rachel Maddow came when she appeared on "Real Time with Bill Maher" last June. Maddow was a guest along with Reason.com editor Nick Gillespie, publisher Mort Zuckerman and actor Mark Ruffalo. Show More Summary
When Mort Zuckerman, the New York City real-estate and media mogul, lavished $200 million on Columbia University in December to endow the Mortimer B. Zuckerman Mind Brain Behavior Institute, he did so with fanfare suitable to the occasion:...Show More Summary
By Daniel Lauchheimer: Boston Properties (BXP) announced today that Chairman and CEO, Mort Zuckerman, will step down from his role as CEO effective April 2, 2013. Owen Thomas, currently Chairman of Lehman Brothers Holdings, and former head of Morgan Stanley (MS) real estate and MS Asia, will take his place. Show More Summary
It's hard to pick the worst sentence in Peggy Noonan's Wall Street Journal column this weekend, so let me just highlight a few of them: On the plane home I read a piece by Mort Zuckerman, who's emerged as one of the most persuasive and eloquent critics of the president's economic policy. The unemployment picture is worse than people...
On Thursday, Mort Zuckerman, publisher of the New York Daily News, paid a visit to the Morning Joe crew, joining their chat about New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie. Zuckerman praised Christie's style rather bluntly, sans seven-second delay.
Mika Brzezinski immediately asked her producer if the seven-second delay had worked. It hadn't. On today's Morning Joe, praising the "authenticity" of the New Jersey governor, an unbleeped Mort Zuckerman said there's "no bull" aboutShow More Summary
Authored by Mort Zuckerman, originally posted in The Wall Street Journal, Jobs! President Obama has set a record. In his speech to Congress on Tuesday, he uttered the word "jobs" more than in any of his previous four State of the Union addresses. Show More Summary
Mort Zuckerman really schooled Eleanor Clift on PBS's McLaughlin Group Friday. After Clift commented that if she closed her eyes during House Majority Leader Eric Cantor's (R-Va.) speech to the American Enterprise Institute last week,...Show More Summary
Earlier this month, the Times reported that Mayor Bloomberg and his advisers had been “floating the possibility of mayoral runs to at least five boldface figures,” including Chuck Schumer, Mort Zuckerman, Ed Rendell, Edward Skyler, and Hillary Clinton. Show More Summary
Commercial Observer The New York Daily News may not return to its Lower Manhattan offices for a year, owner Mort Zuckerman told a conference called Masters of Real Estate. Al Barbarino reports Zuckerman said the offices, which also house… Read more
Mort Zuckerman, billionaire real estate developer and owner of the Daily News woke me up to the one of the most significant and worrying problems in the American economy. Fully half the jobs created in the past 4 years have been part-time jobs in service industries that can’t possibly pay enough for a family of [...]
US News and World Report editor-in-chief Mort Zuckerman offered a few pointers to the Romney-Ryan ticket today. Zuckerman, a former Obama supporter, doesn’t have much use for the president today. Here’s his latest: Romney Can Still Overcome Obama’s Dishonest, Divisive … Continue reading ?
THE ARGUMENT FOR ROMNEY-RYAN: Mort Zuckerman: Under Obama, the New American Dream Is a Job. “What we have been living through is a breakdown of the great American jobs machine. Jobs have long been the best social program, the best economic program, and the best family program in America. No longer. The jobs are not [...]
President Obama’s failed policies has yielded more disappointment. The American economy only grew a meager 1.5% in the second quarter and we still have unemployment above 8%. As opined today by Mort Zuckerman of U.S. News and World Report: The unemployment rate under President Obama has averaged over 9 percent. Show More Summary
I'll be on HBO's Real Time with Bill Maher on Friday, June 22, at 10pm ET (the show airs throughout he weekend). Among the other guests: screen legend Kirk Douglas, MSNBC host Rachel Maddow, billionaire publishing magnate Mort Zuckerman,...Show More Summary
U.S. News and World Report's Mort Zuckerman deliciously smacked down the perilously liberal and unwarrantedly arrogant Newsweek columnist Eleanor Clift on this weekend's edition of PBS's The McLaughlin Group. When Clift ignorantly said...Show More Summary
James Bianco, president of Bianco Research LLC, and Mort Zuckerman, chairman and chief executive officer of Boston Properties Inc., talk about Europe’s sovereign-debt crisis. They speak with Trish Regan and Matt Miller on Bloomberg Television’s “Street Smart.” Source: Bloomberg, June 7 2012
As real-estate mogul Mort Zuckerman?s Boston Properties tries to woo more tenants for a glass tower under construction in Midtown Manhattan, he?s hit pay dirt again with his initial renter.
Everyone's favorite perma-bullish stand-in for Cramer, Fast Money's Scott Wapner, seemed lost for words when Boston Properties CEO Mort Zuckerman laid down some basic truthiness on the state of the US economy "We have the most stimulative...Show More Summary