Former White House Communications Director Anthony Scaramucci’s new media business, ScaramucciPost, apologized Tuesday after it published a poll on Twitter asking "How many Jews were killed in the Holocaust?"
As donors filed into Le Cirque for a Republican fundraiser starring Donald Trump, Mario Maccioni stood outside with a monocle around his neck.
Wealth-management executive David Bahnsen sent a plea to President Donald Trump this week to pardon Michael Milken, one of the most powerful figures in Wall Street history to go to prison.
Gary Cohn hasn’t gone public with his thoughts since Donald Trump equated torch-bearing white supremacists with protesters marching against hate speech. But Orin Snyder, a prominent New York lawyer and friend of the former Goldman Sachs president, gave some insight into his thinking in a 2011 Bloomberg profile.
Hedge fund manager Dan Loeb was condemned by top New York officials Friday after the New York Times reported he said the state senate’s Democratic leader had done "more damage to people of color than anyone who has ever donned a hood" because of her support for the teachers’ union.
Steven Mnuchin has officially declared he’s out of the motion-picture business.
Stephen Feinberg, the billionaire under consideration for a national security role in the Trump administration, is seeking to keep his stake in his $30 billion investment firm, according to two people with knowledge of his preparations.
Bill Walton was at the top of Washington’s finance establishment when he ran Allied Capital Corp. and sat on the Riggs Bank board alongside the city’s titans. Then the trouble began.
After Donald Trump beat Hillary Clinton, Wall Street consultant Octavio Marenzi learned something about his clients’ grins.
Steven Mnuchin might have a shot at Treasury secretary, but his Wall Street pedigree makes him the type Donald Trump fans love to hate.
Mitt Romney will give a speech Thursday laying out his case for why Trump should not be the Republican presidential nominee.
Mickey Mouse figurines and photos of grinning politicians surrounded the 90-year-old investor Bernard Schwartz in his Manhattan office on Thursday. Four days earlier, new federal filings showed he gave $1 million to a super-PAC supporting presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, making him one of her top backers and part of the campaign-finance system that her rival Bernie Sanders calls undemocratic and corrupt.
Jeb Bush turned out to be such a bad investment for bankers at Goldman Sachs Group Inc. that the hundreds of thousands of dollars they threw at him has become a company joke. At least one senior person at the firm likes to remind his colleagues that their donations to his White House race haven’t worked out so well.
John Damgard wasn’t letting U.S. politics bring him down as he got ready for golf at Huka Lodge on Wednesday morning in New Zealand.
The venture capitalist and Hillary Clinton bundler Alan Patricof was sitting in the audience at Saturday’s Democratic debate in Iowa when the former New York senator started raising her voice and pointing with her right hand.
Her campaign is collecting more cash from employees of the six biggest U.S. banks than any other presidential candidate, adding more than $155,000 last quarter to more than $300,000 from earlier this year.
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Dick Kovacevich wants to see some bank regulations reversed, especially a Dodd-Frank rule requiring lenders to determine that potential borrowers can repay loans.
Robert Wolf, a former UBS executive, wants to bring commercial drones to big business.
Protesters who want to break up big financial institutions like Citibank have found their political hero.
New Jersey's governor marks the end of a hectic, successful campaign with a power lunch.
The $169 million from donors in the securities and investment industry is the most they’ve ever contributed in a midterm election, according to Center for Responsive Politics data.