Who Was Jeffrey Epstein Calling?
NY Magazine's close study of Epstein's circle — social, professional, transactional
NY Magazine published this annotated compliation on July 22 2019. In 2015, Gawker published Epstein’s “little black book,” which had surfaced in court proceedings after a former employee took it from Epstein’s home around 2005 and later tried to sell it. Along with the logs of Epstein’s private plane, released in 2015, the book paints a picture of a man deeply enmeshed in the highest social circles.
People on this list have the most positions in the following organizations.

Companies

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Company People
IAC/InterActiveCorp Edgar Bronfman Jr, William H Berkman, Chelsea Clinton
Salomon Brothers, Inc. Lewis S Ranieri, Michael Bloomberg, John H Gutfreund
Sun-Times Media Group, Inc. Les Wexner, Henry A Kissinger, Conrad Black
Genie Oil and Gas Bill Richardson, Larry Summers, Rupert Murdoch
JPMorgan Chase & Co. Edgar Bronfman Jr, Henry A Kissinger, Tony Blair

Government Bodies

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Govt Body People
US Senate Ted Kennedy, John Kerry, Chuck Schumer, George John Mitchell
White House Office Larry Summers, Sandy Berger
Executive Branch Donald Trump, Bill Clinton
Joint Economic Committee Ted Kennedy, Chuck Schumer
US House of Representatives Chuck Schumer, Bill Richardson

Other Organizations

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Org People
Clinton Global Initiative Larry Summers, Michael Bloomberg, Rupert Murdoch, Douglas Band, Richard Branson, George Stephanopoulos, Elie Wiesel, Katie Couric, Tony Blair
Council on Foreign Relations Edgar Bronfman Jr, Leon D Black, George John Mitchell, Larry Summers, Mortimer Zuckerman, Gary Ginsberg, John H Gutfreund
Trilateral Commission Walter Isaacson, Larry Summers, Michael Bloomberg, Mortimer Zuckerman, Henry A Kissinger, Charlie Rose
Democratic Party Ted Kennedy, John Kerry, Chuck Schumer, Bill Richardson, George John Mitchell
Bloomberg New Economy Forum Walter Isaacson, Larry Summers, Michael Bloomberg, Henry A Kissinger