Senior Talent Producer on CNBC's PowerLunch.
Michael Lewis, acclaimed author of "Boomerang," "The Big Short," "Moneyball" and "The Blind Side," was given exclusive access for six months with President Obama. Lewis wrote an in-depth profile on the president for Vanity Fair's October issue. He discussed his experience on CNBC's "Power Lunch" and at length off-air.
Vanity Fair’s “New Establishment” list hit newsstands today. And one of the first things you notice is that the list is no longer a who’s who of Hollywood, or fashion or Wall Street.
With Yahoo’s stock not moving the needle over $20 since mid-2008, CEO Scott Thompson is facing a massive proxy showdown with hedge fund honcho Dan Loeb, who owns a 5.8% stake (over $1 billion ) in Yahoo through his company, Third Point.
Three men founded Apple Computer on April 1, 1976. Two of them are known around the world. The third bailed out early and gave up his ten percent stake in Apple for $800 a stake that if he kept it, would be worth $35 billion dollars today. But he insists he has absolutely no regrets. Now, he's telling his story in a new book.
Blake Mycoskie is the brains behind TOMS, a for-profit company with a feel-good twist, that aims to make philanthropy fashionable, while growing a global brand. Armed with his new book, Mycoskie talks about growth, conscious capitalism and his thoughts on taking his company public.
Ann and David Le Breton preside over Edgartown Books, a thirty-year old shop in a restored whaling captain's home on Martha's Vineyard. The pair have once again put together a summer reading for President Obama and the First Family to enjoy over the summer vacation.
"At this year's All thing Digital Conference in Rancno Palos Verdes, CA, Walt Mossberg and Kara Swisher of the Wall Street Journal showed off the most popular handout: an official "D" hoodie, in honor of Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg. Zuckerberg had peeled off his company-designed hoodie to show audience the words inside ""Making the World More Open and Connected."
iPads tucked casually under their arms, dozens of D9 attendees streamed out of Eric Schmidt's kickoff speech and headed towards the outdoor patio area for casual buffett dinner under the stars.
The Raj Rajaratnam guilty verdict is a stark reminder the consequences of insider trading and knowing who your real friends are.