“This is the enemy of the year.”
Diana Farrell explains what it was like to work on the overhaul of the financial sector.
Perhaps talking to your enemies really can change their hearts.
Bernie Madoff may have helped upend the economy with his $65 billion Ponzi scheme. But in a way, he's also helping it rebuild.
Even in death, the storied investment firm has money problems.
Wonder what she's doing now ...
"Don't let US tell you how you feel. Tell us how YOU felt."
What our IM conversation with hedge-funder John Paulson would have been like today, if we were friends.
That don't cut it.
As of this morning, the car company is officially Fiat's problem.
You'll want to address Kenneth Feinberg by his formal title.
The ten CEOs who get to pay back the bailout funds are "almost giddy."
Now he has been joined by other hedge-fund managers, and they are all making lots of money together. Why?
JPMorgan's Jamie Dimon and nine others will finally get to wash The Man out of their hair.
Sorry, administration, everyone, this thing isn't over yet.
There goes the neighborhood again.
Or just a bunch of people standing in line?
Geithner keeps his mentor happy with a combination of Shamu techniques and sugar.
It's not fashionable to say anything nice about the American car companies, but Hugo Lindgren does not like the alternative.