CBS show looking for willing execs.
Now's your chance.
Want to know how his employee's marriage ended? He'll tell you the whole story.
The JP Morgan CEO denies he played a part in shutting dorky WaMu CEO out of parties, solvency.
Everything always comes back to high school.
"He was scared to death because he doesn't really want to talk to homeowners."
Sorkin's not going down without a fight.
He won't even acknowledge their protests.
At Stern Business School, "Get your sh*t together" is the new "Just Do It."
"Andrew Ross Sorkin owes several people an apology" for his column this morning, his fellow 'Times' man writes. Ruh-roh.
The Citigroup CEO orders a $350 bottle of wine and doesn't finish it.
Who's afraid to say the recession's over, now?
How did things go so wrong for this tan man?
"You used the word ‘gross,’ but it’s not gross. It’s beautiful."
Further proof that the death of Wall Street has been highly exaggerated.
Like they needed to be psychic to know the stuff on their books was crap.
The billionaire hedge-fund master's ex-wife upped her demands yesterday, asking for a share of his company. Steve Fishman explains the legal and emotional gambits in play.
The former Fed chairman was only about 30 percent apologetic at today's Financial Crisis Committee hearings.