The bank has put a physicist in charge of strategy.
Kenneth Feinberg is set to propose that up to 50 percent of employees' salaries at bailed-out banks be shifted into stock.
Assessing the Bank of America chief's possible replacements.
They're just like adorable, cuddly puppies, according to CEO Pandit.
1. It's for business. 2. They're afraid of swine flu.
As usual, Daily Intel has obtained the transcript.
Recess is over, and Congress will be scrutinizing the big boys.
The 'Times' says yes, our (admittedly poor) math says no.
Vikram may get his garden after all!
Despite government assistance and a healthy amount of public shaming, banks still aren't lending.
Citigroup's art-collecting, ballet-dancing top energy trader is owed $100 million. Will the government pay up?
The JPMorgan CEO is the star of Wall Street's current morality play.
The tabloid accidentally celebrates a Citigroup executive's demotion.
Are the management changes at Citi about "positioning the company for the future," or saving Vikram Pandit's job?
When it comes to internal maintenance problems, the Citi never sleeps.
Salaries are up, up, up! Even if profits are not.
But it will likely not grow up in a cold, run-down tenement slum.