The IBM executive arrested for giving tips to the Galleon Group was known for his fun outfits and office games.
Jeffry Picower was accused of reaping $7 billion from Madoff's scheme.
Not that she is biased or anything.
Is Ken Feinberg's plan to cut Wall Street's pay an effective smackdown, or a case of too little, too late?
His office was known as "The North Pole."
We guess the Long-Term Capital Management head is hoping the third time's the charm?
But they'll still be rich.
And we were there.
The best bits from the flood of books recapping last year's Wall Street meltdown.
Which is why it's so weird to listen to his song, which is very, very happy.
Raj Rajaratnam, the billionaire founder of New York–based hedge fund Galleon Group, has been arrested. Things look pretty bad.
Stan O'Neal chooses coach, a little too late.
Somebody who could afford a nice hotel room, for instance.
This makes us feel less bad about CEO Ken Lewis getting no pay this year.
Ken Lewis, the outgoing CEO of Bank of America, will get no salary or bonus for 2009, and he'll have to pay them $1 million.
Part of 70 Pine Street, the old AIG headquarters in the financial district, will be converted into residential condominiums.