David Solomon DJ'ed In The Hamptons And Made All The Young Finance Types Horny, Reports Bloomberg
A lot of babies will be born at Lenox Hill in about 10 months bearing the middle name "D-Sol."
Behold, DJ D-Sol Putting Dropping A Beat And Putting A Cap In Summer's Ass
Back to work, Goldmanites, your new leader just killed Summer...on the ones and twos.
Fictional Character Asks Question About Dead Gorilla On Real Earnings Call, Because It's The Middle Of August
Bud Fox wants to know what Harambe's death means to fast food, and somebody out there is a hero.
Summer Intern Explains Tardiness Was On Account Of Being Forced To Take The Time To Tell His Father Off
Our first submission for summer intern emails has arrived and it's...a really weird one.
Nouriel Roubini's 10-Person Roof Deck Hot Tub Is Back In Business
Everybody breathe easy.
Who Wants To Help This Goal-Oriented List-Maker Cross A Few Items Off His Or Her To Do List?
"Go out w/ Wall Street guys" is an obvious one but there are a few others of which you could perhaps be of service.
Sending Out An SOS: Rich Hamptonites Need Your Help
"It will be like Apocalypse Now."
If This Investing Thing Doesn't Work Out, One Tudor Venture Employee Has A Future At Radio City
Earlier this week, we had a little chat about letting your hair down in the summer months, but not so much that you get a reputation among colleagues and/or law enforcement officials. For example, while you should definitely allow yourself to enjoy some adult beverages during leisurely outdoor lunches and cut out early to grab a few or more with coworkers you actually like, you don't want to have so many drinks that you drive a car through a stranger's house. To that end, while you should certainly feel comfortable getting up on a bar or table to dance like nobody's watching, you might want to think about not getting up on table and (allegedly) destroying thousands of dollars in lighting fixtures while demonstrating a roundhouse kick. The arraignment of Daniel J. MacKeigan, 39, of Hingham, Mass, on a single count of vandalizing property, was postponed. MacKeigaan was present in court for Monday's hearing, but his attorney requested delay in the formal arraignment, and the assistant district attorney said he wanted time to possibly reconsider the severity of the charge against MacKeigan. MacKeigan was arrested at 1 a.m. early Sunday morning on Straight Wharf after allegedly destroying a $3,500 chandelier with a kick while standing on a table at the new Cru restaurant, in the former Ropewalk spot. The case will be back in court on June 18. Court Full After A Busy Weekend [Nantucket Inquirer And Mirror]