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Speaking of swankfests, Bwog’s eyes widened at the shindig Columbia is putting on for its employees in Roone Arledge right about now. It’s invite only, so we can’t tell you what’s inside except to say that it involves bright neon lights and bouncy Christmas music. If you manage to beg, barter, or sneak your way […]

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Congratulations to Vikram Pandit, who is about to go from exceedingly loaded to unbelievably loaded. Pandit is a triple Columbia alumnus, having earned both bachelor’s and master’s degrees in electrical engineering in the 70s before selling out to get a PhD in finance in 1986. Yesterday, he was named CEO of Citigroup, a company worth […]

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