Entertainment mogul Harvey Weinstein and his fashion designer wife Georgina Chapman will host an intimate fundraising reception Monday night at the producer’s Manhattan abode headlined by President Barack Obama. The New York Post first reported on the fundraiser last month. The president will attend two DNC events during his visit to New York City, according to the White House schedule.
Former deputy Obama campaign manager Stephanie Cutter is now advising Bank of America on how to push back against efforts to break up the big banks.
NEW YORK CITY — Organizing for Action, the advocacy group that evolved from President Barack Obama’s reelection campaign, will halt its single-issue fundraising during the 2014 midterm elections in order to free up resources for the “campaign side,” the group’s executive director Jon Carson told a small group of donors at a fundraiser here Monday night.
The Chicago Cubs have hired two former Obama campaign aides to help push the club’s renovation plan for Wrigley Field.
President Barack Obama’s dark money group Organizing for Action is so far proving it is ineffective in promoting Obama’s agenda.
CEO Marissa Mayer has taken some provocative measures to spark advertising revenue since joining Yahoo in July 2012. Bloomberg reported the tech queen is being paid handsomely for her efforts to turn around the company, taking in $36.6 million for her first six months on the job.
From the first lady’s former communications director now the vice president of Siemens corporate affairs, to individual consulting deals for Obama campaign operatives like Stephanie Cutter and David Plouffe, there is a new generation of “Obama millionaires.”