Aaron Elstein

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Wall Street exec fined in state pension fund bribery case

A Wall Street executive was fined $100,000 for his role in a pay-to-play scheme involving the New York state pension fund. Investment banker...

Introducing the inaugural “Turkeys of the Year”

Good afternoon. We’re here to help you get ready for the week, a blissfully short one for many. As we head into...

Strike three for insider trading scandal at McKinsey

Good afternoon. We’re here to help you get ready for the week. Tourists are returning to the city and the subway...

Artificial intelligence investment fund beats the market, putting Wall Street jobs in jeopardy

The Partnership for New York City said Wednesday that 22% of financial firms plan to shed staff here in the next five years....

Madison Square Garden owner hints it would shrink to accommodate Penn Station revamp

Madison Square Garden officials might be willing to sell a portion of the world’s most famous arena to clear the way for Gov....

New York Sports Clubs revamps gyms while CEO trims his own fat

New York Sports Clubs Chief Executive Roger Harvey put on 18 pounds during the pandemic because an injury prevented him from exercising. He’s...

Are Penn Station naming rights the next big thing?

Good afternoon. We’re here to help you get ready for the week, which we’ll call Infrastructure Week NYC because why not? Gov....

The Empire (State Building) strikes back

Good afternoon. We’re here to help you get ready for the week, one when a new mayor and City Council will be...

Shares in city’s biggest apartment lender drop after earnings fall short of targets

Vin Scully once summed up a disappointing Los Angeles Dodgers season by saying “good isn’t good enough when better is expected.” New York...

Trump gets into the SPAC game

Good afternoon. We’re here to help you get ready for the week, one that features Rent the Runway’s IPO. Some of...

Wall Street work dries up in NY even as banks and brokers coin record profit

Wall Street work is nice if you can get it. Trouble is, there’s less to be gotten in New York than ever. The...

After dizzying highs and sobering lows, WeWork is finally going public

Eleven years after launch and two years after its charismatic chief executive was shoved out for frittering away nearly $12 billion in venture...

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