The executive at Bank of America recently engineered a huge deal to sell $19 billion worth of shares in the bank. How?
We hope he enjoyed the dwarfs, because the rest of his life is going to suck.
We have an idea of where to start.
"In the conference room was a dwarf whom Mr. Rajaratnam introduced as an analyst hired to cover 'small-cap' stocks."
The JPMorgan CEO had some harsh words for Britain's chancellor of the exchequer.
Were you taken in by a Ponzi scheme this year? Don't be ashamed. You're not alone.
While pure capitalists might appreciate the genius of this maneuver, on a human level it seems like an uncool thing to do.
The 'Journal' is too shy to tell us what part he was referring to, so we have to guess!
"You're under arrest for fraud, and possession of a Bedazzler."
But one of them is guilty, at least, of being sultry in the first degree!
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There's one mistress, at least, that is sticking by him.
The Fed chairman will serve another term.
Because the rewards are so worth it.
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