• Nothing tickled him more than pulling a caper that multiplied his investment many times over.

    FORBES: Fathers and Sons

  • Which makes them the most honest people you'll hear from in the whole energy conservation caper.

    FORBES: Insights: The energy diet that flopped

  • In the first scene of this combined romantic comedy and caper movie, Claire Stenwick (Julia Roberts), a C.

    NEWYORKER: Duplicity

  • The movie begins as a Hollywood-style caper and becomes a romantic comedy, but the two stars are oddly paired.

    NEWYORKER: Heartbreaker

  • Or, in the spirit of any good caper flick, root for one of our heros to swoop in and rescue another.

    FORBES: The Avengers Sucks. And It Doesn't Matter

  • Yet, like the Ebay caper, most matters handled by HCA's ethics and compliance team have little to do with the sins that prompted its creation.

    FORBES: Healing Thyself

  • What a backhanded compliment—one stereotyped caper movie stacked up against another.

    ECONOMIST: Yet another British film renaissance

  • The charmless vulgarity of this hybrid comedy—blending sketchlike riffing and a tightly plotted crime caper—comes alive only when it cuts close to the bone of psychic peril.

    NEWYORKER: Horrible Bosses

  • Before long they are in the thick of a slightly impenetrable crime caper involving drugs, prostitution, the local Dixie mafia and a band of obsessive civil war re-enactors.

    ECONOMIST: New American fiction

  • In another office, an erstwhile private lender has gone for a completely different sort of business, investing 10m yuan in a TV spy caper set during the Japanese occupation.

    ECONOMIST: Wenzhou’s shadow banking system has taken a knock

  • Particularly good: steak frites with sauce au poivre, coq au vin, roast duckling with wild rice, and tuna filet mignon with roasted beets and greens and white wine caper sauce.

    FORBES: Fact And Comment

  • This sequel cuts its best caper early.


  • Is anyone aware that JPMorgan Chase has totally recovered from its London Whale caper, rising over 35 percent from its low, or that Citigroup sprinted almost 40 percent with no apparent news excepting possibly the absence of bad boy headlines?

    FORBES: Cramer, Soros And The Dumbing Down Of Financial Journalism

  • Hopefully, the Whale caper is history.

    FORBES: Catch The Bus For 1650 Market Street

  • But it has also set off a debate: Has Fenn truly hidden the treasure chest or was this, for the idiosyncratic, publicity-loving 82-year-old who loves to tell tales, just another way to have fun, a great caper to bolster his legacy?

    NPR: 'I Love Mysteries,' Says Man Claiming Hidden Gold

  • At the very least, this caper plays into the hands of CAIR as it promotes another piece of legislation, the End Racial Profiling Act (ERPA) of 2005 whose original co-sponsors were two prominent leftists in Congress, U.S. Senator Russ Feingold (D-WI) and Rep. John Conyers (D-MI).


  • An intelligent and rather overcivilized caper movie, set in Montreal, which features three generations of great male actors: Marlon Brando (sounding like his long-ago nemesis Truman Capote) as an upper-class aesthete and fence with exquisite manners, Robert De Niro as a saturnine jazz-club owner and safecracker who never takes risks, and Edward Norton as a brilliant but willful young con man and criminal.

    NEWYORKER: The Score

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