Perhaps a perfectly tanned, hard-charging executive with a reputation for wearing his ambition on his sleeve, or a struggling CEO stuck in the shadow of his predecessor, or a glamour-puss anchorwoman who worked her way from cloakroom girl to worldwide celebrity, or a Saudi prince, or a billionaire media magnate plotting a new power play? Add a corporate jet and whispers of shenanigans at 35, feet, and you've got a certified blockbuster. That, of course, describes the saga of Maria Bartiromo and Todd Thomson. And if the story hasn't been optioned yet, well, it's at least been a tabloid smash - as well as the talk at every power-broker venue from the ski slopes of Davos to the swankiest restaurants of Midtown Manhattan. There's reason for the resonance: It's a tale that offers a revealing peek into some of today's more intriguing corporate dramas.
Fox News host Maria Bartiromo backtracks on denial of Donald Trump sexual misconduct allegations
Why the Bartiromo imbroglio won't go away for Citibank - Feb. 16,
Bartiromo said Monday that she was aware of women — more than a dozen — who had made accusations against Trump during last year's presidential campaign. But in comments on her Fox Business Network morning show on Friday that attracted wide attention, Bartiromo had said otherwise. Trump has said those stories are untrue. Those remarks came during a discussion about a photo where Minnesota Senator Al Franken appeared about to grope a young woman. One of the guests on Mornings with Maria , former Obama administration aide Chris Lu made reference to women who had accused Trump of unwanted kissing or groping.
Deconstructing the Money-Honey mess
In November , Citigroup gathered top clients at a lush spa resort in Napa Valley for two days of wine tasting and a chance to road test some of the hottest luxury cars on the market. The test drivers included Todd S. Their charge: To pick the car of the year for Robb Report, the luxury magazine. Like many of the judges, Ms.
Fixing the spelling on the last name of the former Citigroup executive. The story has been corrected. Would you think, "Well, that's great.