One of our Writers at Large explains how to avoid heartbreak, of the existential variety
What do you do if you make only $40 million a year? If you’re the founder of a Greenwich, Connecticut, hedge fund, you allegedly steal from your partners and shortchange investors
For 25 years, the French-born investment banker directed Wall Street’s most prestigious firm with the touch of an enlightened monarch
A #MeToo culprit, he’s trying to return to polite society, posting new interviews with Warren Buffett and others, and looking to sell his backlog of shows
How did Ryan Holiday, a former marketing executive in rural Texas, become the go-to philosopher for these times?
While their C.E.O. is D.J.-ing at Lollapalooza, Gen Z bankers are rebelling against a return-to-office order
Peter Tuchman has spent 35 years on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange—but doesn’t own one share of stock
Meet Zach Horwitz, the part-time actor and millennial Madoff of Hollywood, who soaked suckers for $227 million
When Goldman Sachs partners want a divorce, they turn to this little-known and highly aggressive firm
How did a Bible-reading, Trump-supporting 65-year-old woman become Wall Street’s hottest stock picker?
In 2001, Eric Schmidt was brought to Google to be “the adult in the room.” He became a billionaire—but raised eyebrows with his very open marriage
At Dalton, one of New York’s toniest private schools, a bruising battle rages between the woke and the trads
666 Fifth Avenue was supposed to put the Kushners on the New York map. It’s been a devil of a headache
Is Raymond McGuire—Wall Street player and political novice—the man to replace de Blasio? The big-bucks elite think so
Shane Smith convinced Rupert Murdoch and Disney that his company was, as the kids say, the sh!t. Until it wasn’t. How did Vice blow it—and trash billions in valuation?
Part II: Illicit affairs? Kids out of wedlock? Will smear-mongering parents trash one of New York’s most elite schools?
Scott Galloway, one half of the must-listen podcast Pivot, is everywhere these days, railing against big tech and spreading big ideas
At St. Bernard’s School, new-money barbarians are at war with upper-class traditionalists
Attention C.E.O.’s of America: Do not ignore him
Leon Black and the other investors and philanthropists who want to unfriend Jeffrey Epstein