parties

  • Carl Icahn, parties

    Happy 71st Birthday, Carl Icahn!

    (And don’t feel bad about invitees already calling tonight’s bash The Poor Man’s Schwarzman. He might’ve had jumbo sized shrimp puffs and an ice sculpture of Dick Parsons, but jumbo sized shrimp puffs and an ice sculpture of Dick Parsons aren’t John Carney serenading you with “Happy Birthday, Mr. (Activist) Investor,” now are they?)

    / Feb 16, 2007 at 5:04 PM
  • parties

    Live Blogging Stephen Schwarzman’s “Super Sixtieth B’day”

    For those of you who are unlucky enough to not still be drunk from the big Schwarzman bash last night, either because you’re now hung-over (take a page from Jamie Dimon’s playbook and have a few of whatever you were throwing back last night, which in JD’s case, would be some Fuzzy Navels) or because […]

    / Feb 14, 2007 at 1:15 PM
  • banking culture, parties, Wall Street

    Roth: “Everyone Goes Home With An STD Or No One Goes Home At All”

    The other day, John, me, The New Guy and the proprietor of Todd Mahal (Todd Thomson to you) were lamenting the lack of spirit on Wall Street these days. TT was all, “You really can’t meet any quality women at after hours functions unless you’re putting money in their g-strings or giving them comped flights […]

    / Feb 5, 2007 at 9:51 AM
  • parties

    Do’s And Don’ts, For Partying Neophytes

    Forbes, which, little known fact, is actually an off-shoot of the Emily Post Institute, offers a handy how-to guide today, per attending holiday parties. And by handy we mean handy for people who either a. are the human equivalent of watching paint dry (no flirting! “This is a no-flirting zone. It risks being construed as […]

    / Dec 11, 2006 at 3:43 PM
  • Microfinance, Mohammad Yunus, parties

    A Big Fancy Party For Mohmmad Yunus

    We’re not exactly sure why we didn’t get the invitation to this party Steve Clemons details at the Huffington Post: Last night, Washington’s political stars turned out to pay homage to the banker who started in 1976 lending $27 to 42 people in one village in Bangladesh. Muhammad Yunus and many of his colleagues from […]

    / Nov 21, 2006 at 9:30 AM
  • parties, Wall Street Warriors

    Party Crash: Wall Street Warriors, Ad Nauseam

    So you thought another post about Wall Street Warriors was out of the question, did you? Well, guess what? You thought wrong. Dead wrong. You don’t pop open a bottle of wine and start drinking without letting it decant and we don’t take just one shot at the greatest story ever told and call it […]

    / Nov 2, 2006 at 4:01 PM
  • parties

    Party Crash: Trader Monthly

    You’ll have to excuse the pictures/commentary from last night’s Trader Monthly party, as they may seem overly dismissive in their resentment. Perhaps that’s due to some residual anger we’re holding onto from being CARDED by the name checking girl at the door. Molière once said, “The greater the obstacle, the more glory in overcoming it.” […]

    / Oct 27, 2006 at 4:11 PM
  • parties, Wall Street, Wall Street Warriors

    Party Crash: Wall Street Warriors

    In her NYO article on INHD’s new series, Wall Street Warriors, (and specifically, one of its stars, Tim Sykes), Rebecca Dana tells us: “When Timothy Sykes arrived for lunch at the Spotted Pig on Oct. 15—his sixth visit to the West Village gastro-pub in as many days—he was still a little drunk from the night […]

    / Oct 18, 2006 at 2:40 PM
  • parties

    ‘Party’ Crash: Reuters

    So we went to this thing* last night about “public figures, private lives” that Reuters was hosting and my but it was fun. We’re sharing this with you because DB here is, and we don’t know if you know this, a Wall Street Tabloid. The talk didn’t have much to do with “Wall Street,” as […]

    / Oct 13, 2006 at 3:28 PM

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