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Clinton ‘Less Risky’ Choice Over Trump, Cooperman Says

bloomberg.com — Leon Cooperman, CEO of Omega Advisors, commented on Hillary Clinton being the "less risky" choice over Donald Trump at Jewish Theological Seminary event on investing yday evening in New York. Story Link NOTE: Cooperman, a hedge fund billionaire, in Jan.

Cooperman Talks Trump, Clinton and Hedge Funds With Abby Cohen

bloomberg.com — Maybe it was Milken Conference envy: The Jewish Theological Seminary held its own panel on investing Tuesday night in New York, with Leon Cooperman and Abby Joseph Cohen opining in the ballroom of the Mandarin Oriental.

Scene Last Night: Daniel Loeb, David Koch, Navab, DiMenna

Scene Last Night: Daniel Loeb, David Koch, Navab, DiMenna
bloomberg.com — He bows, he sways, he's No. 9 on the Bloomberg Billionaires Index, and last night he danced with students of the School of American Ballet. David Koch, 71, showed off his moves at the school's annual benefit, which transformed the promenade of the David H.

Schwarzman, Beyonce, A-Rod and Shy Techies Converge on Met Gala

Schwarzman, Beyonce, A-Rod and Shy Techies Converge on Met Gala
bloomberg.com — Blackstone chief Steve Schwarzman, thumb wrestler; Bravo's Andy Cohen, roller of joints; "Vinyl" actress Juno Temple, sewer of her own lingerie. Guests at the Metropolitan Museum of Art Costume Institute Benefit shared things they do well with their hands -- a nod to the new exhibition Manus x Machina, which looks at how some of the most beautiful dresses in the world are made.

Scene Last Night: Game of Thrones Stars on Music, Fashion

Scene Last Night: Game of Thrones Stars on Music, Fashion
bloomberg.com — There's hope for the Starks: Isaac Hempstead Wright, the 14-year-old British actor who plays the crippled prophetic dreamer Bran Stark in " Game of Thrones," follows the markets. "I have an app on my phone, a simulator, so you can buy stocks," Wright said in an interview last night at the show's season four premiere hosted by Home Box Office Inc.

Buffett Says Happiness From Coca-Cola Trumps Benefit of Broccoli

Buffett Says Happiness From Coca-Cola Trumps Benefit of Broccoli
bloomberg.com — Warren Buffett, whose Berkshire Hathaway Inc. is the largest investor in Coca-Cola Co., said his happiness from drinking the sodas outweighs health benefits from eating more vegetables. "I elect to get my 2,500 calories a day from things that make me feel good when I eat them," Buffett, 85, said at his company's annual meeting Saturday in Omaha, Nebraska.

Scene With Kids: Harris, Trump, Snyder, DiMenna, Walker

Scene With Kids: Harris, Trump, Snyder, DiMenna, Walker
bloomberg.com — The family benefits over the weekend hosted by the New-York Historical Society and the New York Public Library made parent-child bonding look easy. Boaz Weinstein and his daughter saw a puppet show starring the Little Red Hen. J. Michael Evans watched his son dress up as a train conductor.

What Young Wall Streeters See in ‘American Psycho The Musical’

What Young Wall Streeters See in ‘American Psycho The Musical’
bloomberg.com — Eleven Yale business school students spill out of a Broadway theater after a performance of "American Psycho The Musical." They've just watched a 1980s investment banker sing and chop through a coworker and homeless man and now they're sorting out what the satire says about the real Wall Street, where some of them are looking for work.

Professional Friends Boost Performance for At-Risk Children

Professional Friends Boost Performance for At-Risk Children
bloomberg.com — Everyone's got friends, but not everyone has a Friend. Yes, there are professional Friends out there, but it's not what you're thinking. They aren't there to text with you while waiting on line at the Department of Motor Vehicles, or help you shop for a couch.

Schwarzman's Daughter Can Only Afford Chairs at Library Benefit

Schwarzman's Daughter Can Only Afford Chairs at Library Benefit
bloomberg.com — Writer Zibby Right told a charming story about her dad Steve Schwarzman, chief executive of Blackstone Group, the other day at the New York Public Library. Marking the 35th anniversary of the Library Lunch, she recalled her morning routine when she was in nursery school and he was a "young investment banker -- whatever that means," she said.
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May 03, 2016

RT @AdrianChen: Just toured NYPL archives. Here's a letter from George Bush assuring A.M. Rosenthal none of his reporters are spies. https:pic.twitter.com/nacGCEQKKk/t.co/nacGCEQKKk

May 03, 2016

So the Me sets a new high with $13.5 million raised + Andy Cohen rolling joints (link: bloom.bg/23m0HBE)

May 03, 2016

RT @NYTStyles: Every era has its trendy houseplant. This time around, it's the fiddle-leaf fig. nyti.ms/1pYk9ay

May 03, 2016

Those techies with their machines came thru: #MetGala2016 raised $13.5 million, a record.


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