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Remember Robin Katz, from yesterday? Of course you do. Anyway, like we said, girlfriend’s looking for a) $50,000 bail to get her out of Riker’s and b) a new job (her dream is Oppenheimer but will entertain other offers), on account of JPMorgan Chase having a problem with the financial adviser creating an extra ATM card in the name of one of her clients and helping herself to $100,00 or so over the course of a year. To the end, and as unofficial headhunters for Katz, we’d just like to put it out there that say what you will about her crime, but could it really have been so bad, given that her victim still doesn’t know about it? The Post got in touch with Dorone Illan Farber, who apparently has no idea about any of this.
Farber, a broker for Hilliard, Farber & Co., a Wall Street company owned by his uncle, loves cards and placed 128th in the 2008 World Series of Poker. He won $4,216.
When asked by phone yesterday about the pilfering of his bank account, he told a reporter, “I don’t know what you’re talking about.”
Oh, and a new pic of Katz eating a strawberry has been procured (we’re partial to the domestic one, and will use it exclusively).