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  • buffett bedroom


    Sleep Where (A Young) Warren Buffett Hath Slept

    For a weekend.

    / Mar 18, 2015 at 3:26 PM
  • sonyatt6


    Who Wants To Buy A $150 Million Condo?

    If it’s you, consider today your lucky day! This one can be yours for the low, low price of $18,750,000 per bathroom.

    / Feb 18, 2015 at 4:27 PM
  • bestinshow


    If You’ve Been Thinking About Starting A Hedge Fund That Invests Exclusively In Show Dog Semen, Your Moment Has Arrived

    It’s the latest emerging market, according to Bloomberg.

    / Feb 17, 2015 at 5:32 PM
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    What KFC Giveth, KFC Taketh Away

    Some might view the fact that Kentucky Fried Chicken is offering the Double Down Dog– its follow-up to 2010’s Double Down Sandwich, which spawned many a food eating contest across Wall Street– in limited quantities, for a limited time, and only in the Philippines as a good thing. A sort of, saving ourselves from ourselves […]

    / Jan 27, 2015 at 5:20 PM
  • bernie madoff


    Bernie Madoff Offers Letter Of Reference To Former Employees

    Jailed-for-life Ponzi villain Bernie Madoff is offering to put in a good word for five former underlings before they are sentenced for aiding his epic $17 billion scheme — and amazingly one of them wants the help. A series of emails Madoff sent lawyers for the five ex-Madoff staffers convicted in March were included in […]

    / Oct 9, 2014 at 9:45 AM
  • News

    A Philadelphia Fixer-Upper Is Looking For A Wharton Executive MBA Candidate

    Anyone finding the accommodations at the Steinberg Conference Center unbecoming?

    / Aug 11, 2014 at 5:22 PM
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    Who Wants To Buy A Las Vegas Resort?

    As some of you may recall, Deutsche Bank owns a casino1 (and hotel) in Las Vegas called The Cosmopolitan. If it seems out of character2 for the Germans to be proprietors of an establishment whose motto is “Just the right amount of wrong,” where people lay scantily clad around a pool by day and gorge […]

    / Apr 16, 2014 at 9:58 AM
  • Banks

    Barclays May Have Better Ways To Spend £40 Million Per Year

    Sure, it’s great to have your name attached to the world’s most popular sporting league. But in light of recent issues, not Bob Diamond & co. may just choose to lie low for a while.

    / Jan 28, 2014 at 2:41 PM
  • News

    Shutdown Watch, Day Seven: Nothing To See Here

    No progress—unless you consider this progress. No CFTC report on the things the CFTC reports on, joining all of the other reports that are not coming out. Still no concern that the lack of progress means there will be a default, even if John Boehner is now saying he wasn’t serious when he said he […]

    / Oct 7, 2013 at 5:25 PM
  • Hedge Funds

    Who Wants To Help Jon Corzine Launch A Hedge Fund?

    According to Dealbook, the big guy is merely “weighing” whether or not he wants to start one but it seems more than a little obvious this thing is happening. He’s got the office space, the passion, and the tattoo on his ass that reads “Each time a door closes, a bigger, more fucking awesome one […]

    / Aug 16, 2012 at 11:49 AM
  • News

    Sleep Where Joe Gregory Hath Slept

    The former Lehman Brothers chief operating officer and close personal friend of Dick Fuld has reportedly put his Lloyd Harbor. For $22 million you get a 15,000-square-foot main house, a 6,000-square-foot guest house, nine acres, 6 bedrooms, 8.5 baths, a 7 car garage, what appears to be a duplex apartment for shoes, and a little […]

    / Jul 25, 2012 at 4:24 PM
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    Who Wants To Invest In Phil Falcone’s New Company?

    Harbinger Global Corp is coming to an exchange near you.

    Phil Falcone, the embattled billionaire hedge fund manager, has put together an unorthodox IPO that will see his hedge fund firm contribute assets valued at $350 million to a blank check company that will trade publicly. In the deal, a special purpose acquisition company that is expected to trade on Nasdaq and be known as Harbinger Global Corp., will acquire a majority interest in an MGM-branded hotel and casino development in Vietnam and a minority interest in an iron ore producer working in Brazil. Funds run by Falcone’s Harbinger Capital Management that are contributing the assets will get an ownership stake that could be as high as 96% in Harbinger Global and Falcone is slated to become executive chairman of the company. Falcone’s move to become closely involved in a publicly-traded company is audacious given that he is currently facing securities fraud charges from the Securities & Exchange Commission.

    Yeah, well, people also thought it was audacious for him to invite a burlesque dancing pig he barely knew to come and live with him and she turned out to be the best thing that ever happened to him, so.

    / Jul 11, 2012 at 1:38 PM
  • News

    Do You Let Your Watch Talk For You?

    And if so, do want to wear one that says “I love UBS and I don’t care who knows it” but unfortunately do not work for the bank and therefore were not given a timepiece that says just that? Do not despair.

    You, too, can now own Swatch watch that was specially commissioned to commemorate UBS’s 150th birthday, provided you beat out all the other guys and girls who want a piece of it.

    Swatch Irony UBS Limited Edition – YCZ4001 – New for 2012 [eBay]

    / Jun 28, 2012 at 2:37 PM
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    Sublet Bret Easton Ellis’s No-Bedroom Studio For $5,000 / Month Or He’ll Kill You

    In fairness, we don’t know that the American Psycho writer actually has plans to murder anyone for not renting out the place, but it seems logical he might, given that pictured above is the living room/kitchen/bedroom and interested parties may be tough to come by. [Curbed]

    / Jun 14, 2012 at 7:26 PM
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    CFA 2012: Good Luck To All

    As those of you who took the week off to study are well-aware, Saturday is CFA exam day, for all levels. And while we have complete confidence in all of your abilities, some people have expressed feeling a bit jittery about the test. For the vast majority, those fears, while normal, are unwarranted. You just need to talk it out and should consider this space a safe place to do so. For a smaller group of people, though, your fears are totally founded because, statistically speaking, you will fail. Having said that…

    Back in January, after Matt found out he’d passed Level 1 (with a perfect score), a conversation occurred at Dealbreaker HQ that went something like this:

    Me: So are you going to sign up for Level 2?
    Matt: Eh, I don’t think so…I mean, I don’t really feel like spending the next 5 months of my life studying, y’know? And then what am I going to do? Wait around another year to take Level 3?
    Me: Uh….YES, I thought that’s exactly what I thought you were going to do. Don’t you want to be a CFA charterholder? Don’t you want to go to CFA Camp?
    Matt: Meh.

    Fast forward to last Thursday, when we’re sitting around l’office shooting the shit and someone casually mentions, “I wish I were taking the CFA next week.” Unfortunately, said someone is not because he choose not to sign up, strangely forgetting how much he loves standardized tests. That being said, if anyone is scheduled to take Level 2 but a) is suffering performance anxiety and b) wants the opportunity to read another recap of how things panned out for an editor of this site, Matt is happy to go in your place and pass it for you. With two nights of studying he gives himself a 50 percent chance (I think it’s closer to 75), you’d get those 8 hours back, and it’d make him really, really happy. If he doesn’t get to take Level 2 he’s considering the idea of the Connecticut Bar in July. Let him have this.

    / May 31, 2012 at 2:11 PM
  • joncorzinejaguar


    Drive Off Into The Sunset With Jon Corzine (‘s Old Car)

    Want to feel close to Jon Corzine but can’t bring yourself to tell people you live in Hoboken? Rather than buying his NJ love shack, perhaps consider placing a bid on a ’87 Jaguar he supposedly once owned and is now on the eBay auction block.

    / Feb 27, 2012 at 5:40 PM
  • News

    Soliciting Weed Money In Times Square Actually Somewhat Lucrative

    He calls himself the Weed Man, and he has become a familiar presence in Times Square, standing near Planet Hollywood and holding aloft a placard that stands out even in this part of the city. “Help!” the sign, in green letters, reads. “I Need Money for Weed!” The man, Joshua Long, has become a favorite […]

    / Dec 21, 2011 at 1:50 PM
  • News

    Have We Identified The Next Food Eating Challenge?

    The answer is yes and it’s this- the Paul Tudor Jones-approved KFC Bacon Bowl (Description: “There’s a reason our KFC Bowl is famous- okay, 5 reasons. Mashed potatoes, fried chicken, corn, gravy, cheese. Layered together for what might be the world’s best tasting full meal, how do we make that recipe even more famous? We […]

    / Oct 18, 2011 at 11:42 AM
  • News

    Which Wall Street Wives Do You Want To See On Reality TV?

    We’ve long been of the opinion that what the Real Housewives series could really use is a hedge fund edition. Alex Cohen, Biff’s old lady, Eddie’s girl, Mrs. PTJ would all make for sensational television and I know I’m not alone in saying I would truly do unspeakable things to have Lisa Falcone and her […]

    / Jul 14, 2011 at 4:10 PM
  • Hedge Funds, News

    Professional Sports Arbitrageur Seeks Investors For Offshore Hedge Fund

    Interested? To: [A bunch of hedge funds] Subject: Arbitrage Investment Greetings: I am professional sports arbitrageur. I am investigating the formation of my own offshore hedge fund that would fund my arbitrage activities, and I thought I would concurrently contact exisiting hedge funds to see if they would be interested in investing in this fantastic, […]

    / Jun 27, 2011 at 2:48 PM
  • News

    Morgan Stanley’s Gary Lynch Is Leaving The Firm

    Apparently the vice-chairman is not retiring but “pursuing opportunities outside the firm,” though it’s unclear where. [BW]

    / Mar 4, 2011 at 3:16 PM
  • News

    Who Wants To Fund/Run Your Own City?

    Are you sick of the “rules” governing the place in which you currently live? Do you want to start a new land “free of old laws and practices,” where you kind of get to be like a King and say what’s what? You’re in luck.

    / Feb 7, 2011 at 2:13 PM
  • News

    Some People Less Amped About Zoe Cruz’s New Hedge Fund Than Others

    As previously mentioned, against all odds, Zoe Cruz has officially started her own firm. They said she could no longer hustle, that people would be turned off by certain unfortunate “stuff” that occurred on her watch at Morgan Stanley but surprise! In the last nine months, the Missile raised $200 million for Voras Capital Management, […]

    / Aug 17, 2010 at 11:15 AM
  • News

    South American Beauty Queens Demonstrating Remarkable Business Acumen, Nose For Drug Trade

    Have you been looking to jump ship but not yet found a shop well-suited to your needs and interests? Have you considered becoming a “model-mule”? It’s a booming field and you should get in when there are still openings available. Sexy and daring women are appearing on most-wanted lists in the United States, Mexico and […]

    / Mar 31, 2010 at 12:45 PM
  • News

    What Are Rebecca Jarvis’s Short And Long Term Career Plans And Do They Involve CNBC?

    No and unclear! A bunch of you have been wondering where Jarvis has been lately, fearing a Margaret Brennan-like abandonment. For now, be easy– she’s on vacation this week. However, and I only say this so you can emotionally steel yourself, there are rumors that she’s planning to leave the network once her contract is […]

    / Sep 30, 2009 at 2:49 PM

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