Harold Ford Jr.’s Pedicures

Well, it’s easy to see why he and Michael Bloomberg get along: Potential New York Senate candidate Harold Ford Jr. tells The New York Times that he has breakfast most mornings at the Regency Hotel on Park Avenue and receives regular pedicures (as treatment for a foot condition, he says). He says he has visited all five boroughs of New York … by helicopter tour. And he’s cozy with Wall Street too, earning at least $1 million a year as a vice chairman at Merrill Lynch (now Bank of America) and opposing caps to executive compensation on Wall Street.