Wall Street and Washington conspire to destabilize the U.S.economy, one barrel of oil at a time.
One banker, we'll call him Steve, was walking out of the corporate office in Orlando recently when a protester got in his face. There were three or four Occupy protesters who spotted Steve with a couple other people wearing suits. The protesters figured they had found one percenters. "You're resp ... More >>
herrodooky.tumblr.comPresident Obama's reelection campaign released its list of 351 volunteer fundraisers who have helped him rake in the big bucks -- more than $50,000 -- with 29 of them coming from Florida and eight of them from either Broward or Palm Beach counties.None of the GOP presidential ... More >>
Flickr: apricocoYoung Circle in Hollywood; the WSG project was to wrap around the Home tower, the tallest building on the right.It appears that nobody in Hollywood government has a clear idea of where the city stands in its efforts to improve a big piece of property at the heart of downtown.At th ... More >>
Does anyone still remember 2007, when we were all spending like a bunch of drunken Scott Rothsteins? Turns out the world's biggest ship, Port Everglades-based Oasis of the Seas, is also the world's biggest floating time capsule. Construction started long before the Lehman Brothers meltdown, during a ... More >>
Yes, we're all furious about the Wall Street culture of deception and cheating that has pushed this country to the brink of economic collapse, but maybe it's time to put down our torches and pitchforks so we can think this through. Or at least that's the impulse I got after learning of the verdict i ... More >>
Rush Limbaugh granted a rare interview recently to a reporter from the London Telegraph, even giving Nigel Farndale access to his secret lair. Nigel reports that he went to a nondescript building 100 yards from the ocean that was fairly accessible and included no imperial stormtroopers:He calls it h ... More >>
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Or: How Mark Cuban would have--and could have?--saved the music biz
Five years ago Lee Crompton was nearly killed in a car accident. He got a fat settlement, which has been dwindling ever since.
The new king of South Florida philanthropists, Richard Bronson, built his empire on the shady side of Wall Street