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Marcus Lemonis’ ‘The Profit’ Will Feature SJC Drums In 3rd Season Premiere Of CNBC’s Popular Money Show Tonight

Marcus Lemonis’ The Profit premieres for the third season tonight on CNBC. The tv reality show centers around Beirut born Marcus Lemonis and the businesses that he helps to survive financial disaster. CEO of Camping World and Good Sam...Show More Summary

Financier Robert Appel Discusses His Love Of Ellington, Jobim And Dreams For Jazz At Lincoln Center

Robert Appel, a New York-based financier and philanthropist, is turning his passion for Duke Ellington and Antonio Carlos Jobim into a mission to get people around the world to love jazz, something he believes “a whole generation thinks is the antithesis of good music.”

Bloomberg terminal go dark for hours, affects British market

last monthNews : NY Daily News

Users said the outage started as trading was getting in full swing around 8 a.m. in London, which along with New York is one of the world’s largest financial centers.

Oh Hell No: High Winds Cause Window Washers To Fly Around Uncontrollably

2 months agoHumor / odd : Geekologie

This is a video taken from the 91st floor of the Shanghai World Financial Center where high winds sent two window washers on the terrifying ride of their lives in their little cleaning bucket. I would have died. I would have shit myself and died. Show More Summary

High Winds Make for a Terrifying Experience for These Window Washers

2 months agoHumor / odd : Neatorama

The window washers in the footage above were trapped at the mercy of high winds for 15 minutes on the 91st floor of the Shanghai World Financial Center April 2. The scaffo lding they were perched upon swayed drastically from side to side and violently hit the windows of the 1,600-foot-tall building (shown in the photo below) numerous times. Show More Summary

Crazy winds throw window cleaners for a scary swing ride on 91st floor

2 months agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

Dear Lord. Cleaning the windows of skyscrapers is already a scary enough job but cleaning windows of the 91st floor of the 1600-foot tall Shanghai World Financial Center while the wind violently throws around the scaffolding like some unhinged, unbuckled roller coaster swing? That is absolutely pants laundering terrifying. Read more...

Nope of the Day: Wind Knocks Around Chinese Window Washers on Skyscraper

2 months agoHumor / odd : The Daily What

It takes a certain type of person to scale the outside of a tall building on a daily basis for work, but even the bravest sould would be freaked out by something like this. A few window washers at Shanghai’s World Financial Center were...Show More Summary

WATCH: Strong wind sends elevated platform flying into 91st floor window of Shanghai WFC tower

2 months agoChina / Shanghai : Shanghaiist

Terrifying. A strong gust of wind sent an elevated worker platform flying back and forth through the air until it rammed into a window on the 91st floor of Shanghai's World Financial Center. Two workers were on the platform at the time, according to a post on Weibo, and while likely shaken to the bone, they walked away with only minor injuries. [ more › ]

Tech and financial firms to join Condé Nast at 1 WTC

A financial services company and a technology firm have signed five-year leases at New York City's One World Trade Center. The Durst Organization and the Port Authority of New York & New Jersey... To view the full story, click the title link.

China: Ecological Civilization Rising?

Returning to China for the first time in a quarter century this month was equally awe inspiring and terrifying. The observation deck of the truly gorgeous Shanghai World Financial Center is breathtaking, a fitting testament to China's rise. Show More Summary

Huangpu Park, Opium Wars and Information in the Digital Age

Shanghai, the world's largest city by population and China's global financial center and transport hub, is the symbol of a rising China. The name of the city in Chinese translates as "upon-the-sea." The city grew in importance during the nineteenth-century due to European recognition of its favorable port location and economic potential. Show More Summary

New York Church Taking Walmart To Court Over Gun Sales

3 months agoLifestyle / Luxury : Filthy Rich

Trinity Church sits in the shadow of lower Manhattan’s One World Trade Center, its brownstone Gothic Revival spire dwarfed by the Financial District’s surrounding skyscrapers. On 9/11, Trinity provided refuge from the plume of debris when the towers fell just three blocks north. The church survived without much damage. Today, it’s a landmark and site […]

London: Here's a Play about the Evils of Capitalism... In a Suite at the May Fair Hotel

4 months agoTravel / Hotels : HotelChatter

Raising the temperature in the Amber Suite What to do when you?re a five star hotel in an egregiously expensive city which is one of the centers of the banking world which caused the global financial crisis, and your prices are suchShow More Summary

New WTC towers fill with tech tenants

When lower Manhattan's new World Trade Center was conceived a decade ago, nobody had in mind a Silicon Valley in the sky. Financial companies, which dominated the original twin towers, are scarce... To view the full story, click the title link.

One World Trade Center: Public Building, Private Information

One World Trade Center is perhaps the most high-profile publicly-owned office tower in the country. Its financial information, however, is more closely-held than many privately-owned buildings.

Top 3 luxury hotels in Hong Kong

Hong Kong is the world?s most vertical city, resulting in an iconic skyline that forms the backdrop for a nightly laser show showcasing some of its most dramatic skyscrapers. But it?s more than a top financial center and trade hub; it?s practically a must on any trip to Asia, especially for foodies and nightlife aficionados. Show More Summary

First Tenant of 1 World Trade Center Moves In

James Barron, New York Times: More than 13 years after a terrorist attack destroyed the twin towers -- symbols of New York City's might, financially and structurally -- the first employees of the first tenant in the building erected to take their place arrived for their first workday there on Monday. Show More Summary

How to Change the World—and Make Some Money Too

Young adults flock to investments that promote social good. This was a hot topic at a big ideas festival over the weekend and is front and center with financial firms.

Financial World's 'Ray Rice Video' Has Arrived

Those interested in why federal regulators seem unable to rein in big banks might want to check out a new ProPublica report and a companion piece airing on public radio's This American Life this weekend. The reports center on secret recordings made by Carmen Segarra, a Federal Reserve specialist hired...

World Trade Center Lures New Tenant

Developer Larry Silverstein announced Thursday that financial research firm Morningstar Inc. has signed a lease for 30,000 square feet at 4 World Trade Center, the austere, glassy 2.3 million square foot office tower on the southeast corner of the site.

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