So. Remember how Harbinger Capital Partners is buying and destroying the New York Times and the very institution of journalism itself? Almost 500 of you should! While we've focused mainly on jocular idiot Scott Galloway, the marketing professor Harbinger forced onto the Times' board, we neglected to mention that the founder of Harbinger is a character in his own right. His name is Philip Falcone. He owns a hockey team! He bought Bob Guccione's house! Also: he and his wife donated the legal maximum to the Republican National Committee. His wife, by the way, is an aspiring novelist and Look Book participant. And a former "model" who maybe exposed her fake breasts in respectable Hollywood films. After the jump, embarrassing photos of the men who are destroying journalism and the women who are producing their babies. (NSFW!)
Here's Scott Galloway, the NYU business school professor who now sits on the New York Times board of directors. He is dressed as a knight! Neat! Galloway, a.k.a. "The Trim Reaper," founded RedEnvelope, an online retailer that recently laid off everyone and went bankrupt.
And here's Philip Falcone's lovely wife Lisa living out every young girl's dream of grinding against David Schwimmer. Note: this may be a different Lisa Falcone! Though Lisa did "model," she says, and still sports the hideous orange glow of a soft-core star who married rich.