• Lazard, Wasserstein

    This Year’s ‘Wasserstein Ho-Down’ Will Not Be A Cash Bar

    Bruce “Big Bucks” Wasserstein was awarded $18 million in restricted shares by Lazard Ltd. This represents an 80% increase from last year, when he got $10 million (plus a $4.2 million salary), thanks to a stock rise of 48% in 2006. The Wasserstein family currently owns $585 million in stock/stock rights; Wasserstein is the sixth-largest […]

    / Jan 26, 2007 at 9:12 AM
  • Carl Icahn, Wasserstein

    When In Rome

    John “$40 Million Man” Mack isn’t the only one having a good day. Carl Icahn and Bruce Wasserstein are probably pretty pleased with life this morning, too: Time Warner shares were up over 1.3% yesterday, closing at $21.65, a high not seen since 2002. Icahn, who owns 55 million Time Warner shares, is now up […]

    / Dec 15, 2006 at 1:51 PM
  • Wasserstein

    Party Crash: Wasserstein Ho-Down

    The “Wasserstein 2006 Reunion” was the kind of party you’d only want to attend if you were being paid to do so and lucky for me, I was. Cash bar, a bizarrely decorated alleyway type venue in midtown, and a Mariachi band: it had all the trappings of disaster. (Actually, that’s not fair; in the […]

    / Sep 19, 2006 at 3:22 PM

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