The alleged attacker was wearing a t-shirt quoting the Ten Commandments, leading some to think the incident was a reference to the Golden Calf.
Lindsay Jacoby was a mother of two and a Wall Street recruiter living with her family on Manhattan’s Upper East Side.
Wall Street’s “Charging Bull” sculptor Arturo di Modica claims “Fearless Girl” infringes copyright – and he’s enlisted the help of Norman Siegel.
Has Hillary Clinton compromised herself by taking money from Wall Street? Bernie Sanders seems to think so. But what does Jewish tradition have to say about it?
Former U.S. House Majority Leader Eric Cantor is joining a Wall Street investment bank as vice-chairman and managing director.
Eric Goldstein — a Modern Orthodox Wall Street lawyer — may seem like a surprising pick to lead N.Y.’s Jewish federation. But a closer look shows he’s not such a radical departure.
Can we please stop pretending that stay-at-home-dads are a viable, large-scale solution for gender equality? Elissa Strauss writes about the trend that isn’t.
When Michael Bloomberg steps down as New York City mayor at the end of the year, few constituencies will miss him as much as Wall Street.
Eliot Spitzer’s rival in the Democratic race for New York City comptroller repeatedly raised the prostitution scandal that forced Spitzer to resign as New York’s governor during Friday’s televised debate, despite having vowed to avoid it.
If elected New York City comptroller, Eliot Spitzer has vowed to wield power as aggressively as he did as state attorney general, leading some in the financial community to worry that the “Sheriff of Wall Street” might be back.