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A Jewish Group Honors Sean Penn 2/28 1:54pm Sean Penn will be honored by This World. (Getty Images) On 18 May at Cipriani, Sean Penn will be honored by my organization, This World: The Values Network, for his work in saving the life of Jacob
Edgar Bronfman was a prince of his people. There are other machers who devote much of their time and money to Jewish causes. But none of them boast the same combination of lineage, intrigue, eccentricity, wonder, grandness and love for Judaism and
Karen Strauss Cook, a trailblazing trader at Goldman Sachs who went on to help other working mothers find part-time jobs in finance, died on Wednesday in New York...The cause was progressive supranuclear palsy, her husband, Everett R...Cook had
has drawn the most inflows of all ETFs this year, and the company has taken in 72% of all Japanese ETF inflows in the first quarter. Those trends are having a very positive effect on WisdomTree's earnings and revenue, which have grown substantially
Each week at Forbes we scan our database of corporate insiders to see who got richer from the action in the stock market. Nearly two months ago in this column I appraised the situation as follows: With investors growing wary of the market's recent
arts Steinhardt collection most valuable' Judaica auction ever An auction of the 500-piece Judaica collection owned by philanthropist Michael Steinhardt was the most valuable auction of Judaica ever held, Sotheby's said.
Hedge fund legend Michael Steinhardt is selling his private collection of Jewish ceremonial art at auction on April 29th, says WSJ. The collection is valued at around $11 million and will be sold at Sotheby's. Steinhardt, a Wharton grad, is known for
The Michael & Judy Steinhardt Judaica Collection, is comprised of some 400 lots of rare objects that illustrate the sweep of Jewish history from antiquity through the 20th century, across Europe, Asia, Africa and the Americas.
Legendary Philanthropist and Self-Declared Atheist, Michael Steinhardt, to Wrestle it Out on Stage with Ephraim Z...Regis in New York City. The organization will look back at its celebrated history while setting the stage for the future of Jewish
Jewish Heritage Item carrying pre-sale estimate of $4.5-6 million by Sotheby's Photo: AP Sotheby's to hold public sale of more than 500 manuscripts, textiles and art collected by philanthropist and former Wall Street money manager Michael