Bruce Wasserstein

The Economist  Nov 13  Comment 
The deal of the century, just not in a good way BRUCE WASSERSTEIN was probably the most famous mergers and acquisitions (M&A) banker on Wall Street in the 1980s and 1990s. Yet “Bid ‘em up Bruce”, who died in 2009, was ambivalent about his...
Forbes  Nov 6  Comment 
How Bruce Wasserstein turned an ugly ducking into one of the world's strongest beauty brands.
Reuters  Jun 4  Comment 
American Lawyer publisher ALM Media, which was once controlled by Bruce Wasserstein, has been sold to the late Wall Street dealmaker's investment firm Wasserstein & Co, the companies said...
Reuters  Apr 1  Comment 
American Lawyer publisher ALM Media, which was once controlled by Wall Street dealmaker Bruce Wasserstein, is exploring a sale that could fetch more than $500 million, people...
Clusterstock  Jul 17  Comment 
NEW YORK CITY — A comely Columbia Business School grad who had a lovechild with the late billionaire investor Bruce Wasserstein wants her little girl to have use of his custom-designed East Hampton pad to help the toddler connect to her dead...
New York Times  Sep 12  Comment 
TheStreet has agreed to acquire The Deal, publisher of a longtime bible of the mergers industry, from the investment firm that manages money for the estate of the late Bruce Wasserstein and other investors.
Clusterstock  Sep 23  Comment 
SAB Capital's founder Scott Bommer just bought the late Lazard CEO and private equity titan Bruce Wasserstein's old 927 Fifth Avenue apartment [via NYTimes]. And he paid well above the ticket price. The apartment was sold by real-estate...
New York Times  Oct 28  Comment 
Bruce Wasserstein left behind a healthy Lazard. During his nearly decade-long tenure, he whipped into shape a firm that had been mired in internecine warfare.
Financial Times  Oct 27  Comment 
Lazard posted a sharp rise in quarterly profits, boosted by improving demand for merger advice and record results from its asset-management arm lifted revenue
New York Times  Aug 8  Comment 
New York magazine was a success for Bruce Wasserstein, offering Sidney Harman a rough blueprint for reviving Newsweek.

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