Michael Milken

Neal Katyal, a former Justice Department official, issued a warning to President Donald Trump after he doled out pardons and commuted sentences for friends and allies.
President Donald Trump spoke to reporters to explain a wave of commutations and pardons for convicted fraudsters, amongst others.
"Billionaires have been flocking to Wyoming, attracted by its outdoor lifestyle and low taxes." - New York Times. Oh snap
In an unassuming conference room at the Four Seasons Hotel in Singapore, about 400 participants from around the world attended
For many years I made my living working on television and Broadway and I loved playing the piano for Broadway legends who were recreating an original performance. I felt I was suddenly transported back to the Golden Age of Musicals, a period I missed, but imagined as intensely as any cast-album producer could have wished.
Embrace your scars. When you have something to offer you'll be sought. The person who wants something least holds the stronger position. Living the dream is never giving in to adversity -- hold ground, then bounce back.
This weekend, we're celebrating the end of summer -- the bookend to Memorial Day and a great Monday to have off. Labor Day was created to supposedly honor the American worker but was passed in record time in 1887 by a Congress and president with a guilty-conscience. It was strictly a PR move.
When a person or firm makes too much money for too long, it turns heads. And so it was with Steven A. Cohen. Year after year, Cohen's firm, SAC Capital, beat the Street. Big bets, the theory went.
Although Mr. Greene epitomizes the "Boy's Life" bad guy -- which is your A-personality, high-strung, hard-charging, take
Among the many pleasures of the Grease-themed benefit for the Prostate Cancer Foundation this weekend in Wainscott, was seeing
There is much more to be done before we can get a sense of what really happened to the power of reputation on Wall Street.
I was also taken by Judy's success story. She didn't begin her career in finance until she was 40, but her ascent was meteoric. Eight years after she started working as a broker, she co-founded her own firm.
It is inconsiderate to download lots of files on shared WiFi or to spider Wikipedia too quickly, but none of these actions should lead to a young person being hounded for years and haunted by the possibility of a 35 year sentence.
As the world's eyes turn to Wall Street as a source of financial distress, maybe its time to look at the corporate criminals
If the feds under Reagan could prosecute a couple of corrupt high rollers on Wall Street, why can't they do it under Obama?
Both the President and Senate leaders believe that the fear of default should provide enough motivation to get something done. But so far, the House leadership is not biting.
Do the top one percent of American taxpayers truly believe that the government should shut down if we increase their taxes by what amounts to a rounding error? They're conspicuously silent of late.
"Why is it during a period of budget downturn," NBC Nightly News anchor Brian Williams asked, "why does education -- you'll