Also, Citi says it's not to blame.
A trader may have entered a "b" for billion instead of an "m" for million in a trade, messing up global markets.
For once, Citigroup is grateful not to be like Goldman Sachs.
Vikram Pandit likes you, he really likes you!
The Citigroup CEO orders a $350 bottle of wine and doesn't finish it.
A glimmer of money.
Hopefully by the time he gets to the bank, the government will no longer own a quarter of it.
The government is set to make an $8 billion profit on its sale of Citi stocks.
The coming financial-services exodus may just be another urban legend.
They really understand us.
In contrast to its competitors, the "financial supermarket" is proud of the deals it can offer employees.
He has commenters!
Who is Sallie Krawcheck, you ask? Exactly.
The Citigroup CEO has become a Sylvia's regular.
Exiting the TARP program is costing them big.
And/or their own reputations?