I wonder who thieves are, we should all know, but wonder less about where thieves go:
Bruce Wasserstein, the head of the Lazard investment bank and the father of ‘mergers and acquisitions’ died on Wednesday after a career that put him at the center of global dealmaking from the go-go days of the 1980s through the current three decades of banking.
I keep tellin’ ya, ladies and gents, we know nothing about the rich. How is that?
Blind as we are, we have an important task to know who rules.