Retired teacher at Horace Mann School admits he had sex with pupils
NEW YORK — Tek Young Lin was revered at the Horace Mann School. He was different from other teachers — a Buddhist who carefully tended to his elaborate gardens, a chaplain and a cross-country coach. He was so beloved that the English department chairmanship was named in his honor.
SEC Seeks To Ban Flash Orders
It is an obscure art of Wall Street, a technique that gives a scattering of traders an edge over everyone else and the Securities and Exchange Commission wants to stamp it out.
Wall Street Lobbying for Loose Oversight, Despite Loan Woes
More than a year ago, when the markets were flying high, a chorus of alarm went up on Wall Street. Talk spread that the United States risked losing its edge in the financial world.
Risky Investing May Be Addictive, Similar To Drug Use and Sex
It is easy to dismiss Jerome Kerviel, the rogue trader at Societe Generale, as a fluke — the perfect storm in a pinstripe suit.
MIT Alumnus Thain Chosen to Lead Merrill Lynch
John A. Thain ’77 won plaudits as Wall Street’s Mr. Fix-It by revitalizing the embattled New York Stock Exchange. Now, he faces what could be a more formidable challenge: turning around Merrill Lynch, the once-proud Wall Street firm battered by losses from the mortgage debacle.
Harvard Endowment Soars as Its Head Plans to Leave
The Beatles insisted that money can’t buy you love. Apparently it can do a lot of other things, like lure top-flight talent from one high-profile, well-paying job to another high-profile, better-paying job.