10:33 am, September 30th | by Amy Tennery
The satirical group the Yes Men, best known for impersonating financial leaders to “publicly humiliate them,” has now teamed up with the free-form Occupy Wall Street movement to publish a newspaper explaining their collective cause.
9:23 am, September 30th | by Amy Tennery
Former hair metal bassist-turned-financial adviser Duff McKagan wants to help you invest your money.
6:02 pm, September 29th | by Amy Tennery
What’s in the doss today? Some awesome (?) fur shoes, optional polygraph tests and a report on which gender gets more upset by skimpy clothing around the office (I won’t spoil the surprise for you).
5:17 pm, September 29th | by Amy Tennery
4:25 pm, September 29th | by Amy Tennery
The Fortune 50 Most Powerful Women in Business list came out today — and, honestly, we were thrilled. Finally, someone compiled a list of “powerful people” in which Lady Gaga was not considered the standard-bearer of influential women.
3:15 pm, September 29th | by Amy Tennery
Superflex, a conceptual art group, has recreated the executive toilet found at JPMorgan Chase headquarters and installed it for all the world to use, inside a Lower East Side eatery.
Now you, too, can crap like an investment banker.
2:30 pm, September 29th | by Meredith Galante
The rich haven’t been pardoned in the housing crisis and economic downturn the United States has been weathering.
1:27 pm, September 29th | by Amy Tennery
12:00 pm, September 29th | by Amy Tennery
The NYPD is launching an investigation into a police officer who allegedly pepper sprayed corporate protesters over the weekend. The investigation comes just days after two separate videos showed officer Anthony Bologna spraying anti-finance-industry demonstrators with mace with purportedly no provocation.
11:00 am, September 29th | by Amy Tennery
It’s Thursday, which means you’re probably already thinking about the weekend, which means you’re probably already thinking about parties. Or, if you’re like one of the Mogulite staffers, you’re thinking about watching reruns of “Friday Night Lights” with a glass of scotch and a fistful of Fla-Vor-Ice pops. Potato, potahto.
With that in mind, we took a look back at some of the moguls who inspired (or even invented) the famous cocktails we know and love today. (For instance, did you know the Margarita was invented by a 1940s Dallas socialite? Betcha didn’t.) Here’s four drinks you probably didn’t know had mogul origins.