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Banks Don’t Like Paying You So Many Credit Card Rewards — But They Will
Rich reward cards aren’t going away. But the most generous offers and benefits might be.
Sheila Bair on What Hasn’t Changed Since the Great Recession
“The financial system we have is basically the financial system we had in 2008.”
The Benghazi Scandal Was Great for Citigroup
Wall Street can profit from anything.
Google and Condé Nast Are Planning Something Mysterious
Partnering with a French ad agency.
Will Citigroup Get a PR Bump From Citi Bikes?
Survey says … maybe.
Jack Lew’s Fake Citigroup ‘Bonus’ Scandal Peters Out
The incoming Treasury Secretary negotiated his contract well — that’s all.
Did Citigroup Pay Jack Lew a Government-Job Bounty?
Or is it just a misunderstanding?
Citigroup Learns From Mistakes, Only Slightly Overpays CEO This Year
Corbat rakes in $11.5 million.
Breaking: Wall Street Bank Is a Sausage-Fest
Citigroup is heavy on Y-chromosomes.
Citigroup Cuts 11,000 Jobs in Pre-Holiday Bloodletting
Ousted Citigroup CEO Vikram Pandit Gets $6.7 Million In ‘Sorry About That’ Money
Decent going-away present, I guess.
A Wall Street Guide to Working From Home During Hurricane Sandy
Five easy steps for productivity in your PJs.
Amateurish E-mail Mistakes Cost Citigroup Analyst/Assistant Pair Their Jobs
People! Send a text!
Citigroup CEO Vikram Pandit Was Ousted by World’s Worst Office Underminer
Mike O’Neill just Wanted. Him. Out.
How Screwed Is This Bank? Goldman Sachs and Bank of America Edition
Plus, a Citigroup callback!
The Tuesday Massacre and Vikram Pandit’s Ouster
A long-running conflict with the board forced Pandit out.
How Screwed Is This Bank? Citigroup Edition
The Pandit Palace limps along.
Nicole Kidman Talks About Her ‘Belly’; Zara Home Launches
Plus, Marni is looking for an investor, should you be interested.
The Libor Scandal Is About to Hit Home
Here come the subpoenas!
Sandy Weill Goes H.A.M. on Big Banks
Has Sandy Weill been watching ‘The Newsroom’?
Will Citigroup Be the Next Libor Casualty?
The bank seems to have misbehaved even more than Barclays.
Moody’s Takes Big Banks Down a Notch or, in Most Cases, Two
Oddly, some banks are relieved.
Vikram Pandit Gets Paid Too Much, Say Citigroup Shareholders
They voted against an executive-compensation proposal.
Citigroup to Cut 4,500 Jobs
The year’s finance total: 200,000 and rising.
Judge Smacks Down Citigroup–SEC Settlement
A $285 million settlement is “neither fair, nor reasonable, nor adequate, nor in the public interest.”
Citigroup Earnings Up 74 Percent
Obama’s Economic Team Was an Infighting Mess, According to Suskind Book
The president might have let Citigroup dissolve.
Citigroup Exec Pleads Guilty to Stealing $22 Million
But he really did need that chauffeur.
Citigroup Had a Fire Drill Today
It’s a form of punishment.
Former Citigroup VP Gary Foster Charged With Embezzling $19 Million
The former financial exec was arrested yesterday.
Moody’s to Congress: No, Seriously, Raise the Debt Ceiling
Or we’ll lower your credit rating!
Peter Orszag Got Ben Stein Booted As Citigroup Conference Speaker for Sexist Jokes
A woman e-mailed Orszag to complain.
SEC Probes Bank of America, Citigroup, UBS for Manipulating Banking Rates
is very probe-happy these days, no?
Citigroup Received More Bailout Money Than Any Other Bank
$476.2 billion in cash and guarantees.
International Financial Conglomerate Thinks Fashion Is About to Get ‘True Grit’
Fashion advice from financial wizards.
America Made $12.3 Billion on Citigroup ‘Investment’
We still feel dirty.
Citigroup Makes Penny-Pincher President
John Havens gets a promotion based on genius plan.
Citigroup CEO Would Rather Not Know What Failure of His Bank Would Look Like
Why dwell on the negative?
Pastry Presence Indicates Citigroup Is Back on Track
The embattled superbank can once again afford doughnuts.
U.S. Treasury Will Sell Remaining Citigroup Shares
Citi doesn’t need us anymore.
Citigroup in Talks to Hire Peter Orszag
The former White House budget director is a busy bee these days.
Citigroup Trying Out This Negative-Publicity Thing?
Beleaguered bank tests new marketing strategy.
Richard Parsons: Let Them Eat Pizza
The Citigroup chair thinks people should just chill out.
Citigroup Would Like Donna Gianell Removed From Juror List
Why? They’re glad you asked.
Citigroup Chair Richard Parsons On His Magical Leather Jacket and Vikram Pandit’s Performance
Vikram is doing a terrific job. He really, actually is.”
Citigroup Earnings Beat Expectations!
Of course, expectations weren’t very high to begin with.
Citigroup Claims Women Were Fired for ‘Legitimate Business Reasons’
Limp handshakes” may or may not be one of them.
Mike Mayo Knows Exactly What He’s Wearing to Meet Vikram Pandit
Just because he hates Citigroup doesn’t mean he won’t show it respect.
And As for ‘Too-Hot-for-Citigroup’ Banker Debrahlee Lorenzana ...
She hasn’t changed a thing about the form-fitting outfits or high heels that she says bosses told her to quit wearing.”
Still No Raise for Vikram Pandit
Sad trombone sound for Citigroup