Bill Ackman Sounds Thisclose To Starting Up His Own Co-Working Space
Neri Oxman's trophy husband is sitting on a potential goldmine in Hell's Kitchen.
Jose Canseco Needs A Lawyer For An ICO That Merges Celebrity Crypto With Unwanted Hugs
Don't everyone line up at once.
The Finance 2017 Time Capsule Is Something We Should Bury Deep
Did we all just spend an entire year passively colluding with each other?
MLB Coming Around To The Idea That People Will Pay Nothing To Watch Baseball
Are free tickets the best way to save the business of pro baseball?
Citi Just Heard Of Netflix, Tesla, Thinks Other Hot Young Company Might Want To Buy Them
The kids like Apple, right?
Deutsche Bank: If People Will Buy Shares In A Dick Pic Startup That Loses Millions A Year, They'll Probably Buy Shares In Us
John Cryan watches the Snap IPO and realizes that his head is not just a hat rack.
Formerly Innovative Investment Product Struggling A Bit With Innovation
It's sooooo frustrating.
If Humanity Is To Endure, Pornhub Needs To Call Elon Musk
This is about ethics in space sexploration crowdfunding.
New Hostess Owners' Infallible Business Plan: Zach Galifianakis And Healthy Twinkies
Now that the Apollo and Metropolous & Co. have officially bought the Twinkie—in an auction that drew precisely one bid, theirs—the private equity firms have figured out how to turn around a company that other private equity firms couldn't/ran into the ground. First, they're not going to rehire everyone. Second, they're going to outsource distribution. Lastly, and most importantly, they're going to hire Zach Galifianakis or Will Ferrell.
Let's Help Greg Smith Name His Book
Earlier today, the Times reported that former Goldman Sachs employee Greg Smith-- he of third place Maccabiah Games finishes and very public breakup letters fame--, along with his newly acquired agent (Paul Fedorko), have been making the rounds at various publishing houses for the last week, pitching a book CNBC's Kate Kelly saysmay go for more than $1 million at auction. It’s still in the early stages, though, and most likey untitled. So! Let’s do him a solid and come up with some options. The tome is being pitched as a "coming-of-age story, the tale of someone who came into the business with good intentions and sky-high ideals that were ultimately pierced by Goldman’s obsessive focus on making money." So far all we've got are "Why They Don't Hug Anymore At Goldman Sachs," "Sixth-Balling Your Clients-- A Story Of Goldman Sachs," and "Den of Thieves: Tripping Over Ethics And My Shoe-Laces At Goldman Sachs." Surely you can do better.