Very sad news. Read more »
…her colleague, Brian Steel, who “couldn’t help but notice” Mandy’s resemblance to Rapunzel, wants to know? According to Drury, when she’s “naughty at work” they lock her up in the studio out back, but she’s not sure that constitutes a tower, or if she’d let her hair down for Mark Haines to climb up. Read more »
If you’re worried about tearing up yourself at work, remind yourself this isn’t good-bye forever. Read more »
No one has said anything but…the standing ovation on the floor of the NYSE, the “good luck, Erin” from Jane Wells, the hints being dropped by Haines and, as one of you noticed, what appear to have been tears in EB’s eyes at the start of the program seem to suggest yes?
Update: And yes, it’s been confirmed today is the day (though Burnett will say her final good-bye Street Signs at 2PM).
The Times reports that Mark Haines’ gal-pal is “ready” to jump to CNN. Read more »
Earlier this morning, Squawk on the Street had a little interview with Blackstone chief Stephen Schwarzman, live from Waldorf Astoria, where the Yale CEO Summit is taking place. The chat was conducted by Tyler Mathisen, with his colleagues patched in from the mothership in Englewood Cliffs. Everyone was very excited to have Steve-o on and things started off friendly enough. David Faber had a question about Dynegy. Erin Burnett wanted to know about investing opportunities abroad. And Mathisen and Schwarzman, whose firm owns the Waldorf, had a cute little repartee going about Steve delivering towels to Tyler’s room and leaving a mint on his pillow (given how game Schwarzman was to play along, and the diversity of the The ‘Stone’s companies, now might be a good time to nominate a certain someone as the next guest on Undercover Boss).
Then Mark Haines had something to say. Read more »
What? Like that’s weird? Read more »