"He still has the knife from a foiled attempt on his life in a field outside Bogotá."
Goldman Sachs did not become Goldman Sachs by capitulating to plebes.
The Citigroup CEO has become a Sylvia's regular.
The Fed chairman is facing opposition from both sides.
Legislation exhaustion takes its toll on the commentariat.
Is it because of protesters? Or do they fear something else?
The Oracle lashes out.
It's more exciting that way.
Come on in, look around, the Fed chairman has nothing to hide.
And their sexuality, apparently.
Exiting the TARP program is costing them big.
Which makes her a bigger donor than Goldman Sachs, not that anyone is cynically keeping track of that.
Old-timer traders feared being trampled, but at least it made them feel alive.
And/or their own reputations?
$11.7 billion overall. But is that good enough for their dashing CEO?