Depends on how he's feeling that day.
As a journalist, what do you do when you can't feign interest?
It's more fun this way.
The 'Times' discovers a link between the alleged pension schemer and Bear Stearns CEO.
Walter and Monica were likable, says a former employee, whereas their daughters were, um...
The former Countrywide CEO may be charged with violating insider-trading laws and failure to disclose material information to shareholders.
During the boom, everyone wanted to be a stylist. Now, the hot new career is unstyling.
Congress, for the good of the American public, wants details — but AIG, for the good of the American public, doesn't want to give them.
As the smoke clears, Madoff's investors are finding out that some of the people that they've been commiserating with made off a lot better than they did.
The Obama administration is considering regulating compensation in the financial-services industry, and beyond.
Edward Liddy and three of AIG's trustees are due in front of Congress tomorrow, and they are pumped.
They're the new "It" cars, apparently.
Getting foreclosed upon could be the best thing to happen to Victoria Gotti.
Let them eat Funyuns.
The gadfly investor discussed his proxy battle against Target at a "town hall"-style meeting with investors yesterday.
The New York lawyer pleads guilty to a $700 million fraud, and gains admittance to the last elite club that will have him.
If the paper so chooses.
Though of what nature we're not even sure.