9:32 am, October 31st | by Amy Tennery
Ruth Madoff and son Andrew sat down with “60 Minutes” for an intimate interview on life as a Madoff, which aired last night. While they were mostly forthcoming — particularly when describing patriarch Bernie Madoff’s confession to his family — on some issues both remained quite opaque.
6:00 pm, October 30th | by Hillary Reinsberg
In your Sunday evening Dossier, we wonder how the weekend’s snow storm will affect Occupy Wall Street. In another corner of Manhattan, have a glance at Google’s Lego-filled New York offices. There’s some advice for women in the boardroom, too. Ladies (and gents), let’s have a look!
5:27 pm, October 30th | by Hillary Reinsberg
Turns out the poster boy for Silicon Valley success has a lot of problems with Palo Alto culture. And he says he never really wanted to start a company in the first place.
3:39 pm, October 30th | by Hillary Reinsberg
We’ve read a great deal about Steve Jobs since his death earlier this month — the outpouring of accounts and memorials has been pretty unbelievable, but very few of those have come from the people who truly, truly knew him. His sister Mona Simpson’s eulogy, which she gave at Jobs’ memorial service two weeks ago, is published today in The New York Times and it’s very well worth a read. And a tear too, perhaps.
3:08 pm, October 30th | by Hillary Reinsberg
Bernie Madoff is clearly a complicated man. We’ll never quite understand him or his motives. Here’s another thing we don’t understand: he apparently “hated metal.”
12:57 pm, October 30th | by Hillary Reinsberg
Billionaire Saudi Prince Prince Khaled bin Talal, brother of Rupert Murdoch pal Prince Alwaleed bin Talal, is now offering $1 million to anyone who captures an Israeli solider. Khaled doesn’t have any official government role.
10:50 am, October 30th | by Hillary Reinsberg
The unofficial communication device of corporate America. And the unofficial “you’ve made it car” for corporate America. Joined as one. It’s the Porsche BlackBerry!
5:30 pm, October 29th | by Amy Tennery
This week’s winner? Virginia Rometty.
4:30 pm, October 29th | by Amy Tennery
Dossier, Halloween(ish) edition: Mogulite’s favorite heiress showed off her costume and Bill O’Reilly freaked out over the Koch Brothers (again). Come check it out…
3:56 pm, October 29th | by Amy Tennery
Lisa Tchenguiz lived in a $53 million house, rode in a Rolls-Royce and is now in line to get the biggest divorce settlement ever.
And she has an important message to share about the life of a so-called Trophy Wife: It bites. Big time.