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Attorney's Office for the Southern District of New York has enjoyed "top-dog status" ever since Teddy Roosevelt appointed former Secretary of War Henry Stimson to the post, Lemann writes in a profile of SEC chair Mary Jo White (a former U.S. attorney
Jose Luis Magaua White has moved between Debevoise & Plimpton, a major New York law firm, and the federal government. "White's life is about working, and winning," Lemann writes. From the profile: White is plainspoken and doesn't seem slick or fancy.
According to Bloomberg Businessweek 's Alex Cuadros, the 74-year-old Brazilian is "virtually unknown" in the U.S., but his private equity group now controls three iconic brands worth a combined market value of $187 billion...But Lemann, the richest
A Frank Lloyd Wright-designed Phoenix home that had been slated for demolition will apparently survive under a new owner. Real estate broker Robert Joffe (JAH'-fee) says the current owners have reached an agreement to sell the early 1950s home to a
From The New Yorker , Nicholas Lemann on Timothy Noah, Charles Murray, and the politics of America's inequality . An interview with Frances Fox Piven on rising inequality, poverty, and the condition of the safety net, as well as her sudden and un-
Pitjanjatjara man Frank Yamma teams up with George Telek and David Bridie at the Northcote Social Club.
This year, the Columbia Journalism School will give its prestigious award to Al Jazeera English. Says CJS dean Nicholas Lemann: Al Jazeera English has performed a great service in bringing the English-speaking world in-depth coverage of the turmoil
Guidry and the Treasure Chest Casino in Kenner continued in Baton Rouge federal court Wednesday. There's a reason this case is still lingering, Arthur Lemann III, an attorney for Guidry, told U.S...I feel like I'm in My Cousin Vinny.' Guidry is
Lemann says he'll ask federal prosecutors to drop him from a case alleging he and others conspired to steal government grant money from nonprofit organizations. Jefferson is serving a federal prison sentence for bribing a former Orleans Parish School
Phillips, the United States law firm which claimed to have represented Jamaica in treaty issues with America, has emphatically declared that it did not represent Tivoli Gardens strongman Christopher 'Dudus' Coke. In an article in the US publication