quadrangle was not the only investment house to pay placement fees to Morris or funnel money into Chooch.
Nor did Rattner's quadrangle fund limit its placement to the New York State Pensions Fund.
Lloyd Grove talks to him about the quadrangle mess, dishing on Rahm, and what's wrong with Washington.
late 14c., from Old French quadrangle (13c.) and directly from Late Latin quadrangulum "four-sided figure," noun use of neuter of Latin adjective quadrangulus "having four quarters," from Latin quattuor "four" (see four) + angulus "angle" (see angle (n.)). Meaning "four-sided court between buildings" is from 1590s.