Bear Stearns, R.I.P.
Viva the Bear alumni network!
Viva the Bear alumni network!
A new re-creation of the fall of Bear Stearns has Alan Schwartz as the Captain, Bruce Lisman as the Unsinkable Molly Brown, and Ace Greenberg as the string quartet.
In our daily industry roundup, the former Citigroup chairman second-guesses himself on the appointment of successor Charles Prince. And more!
An ex–Brean Murray trader stole $16 million from his friends and spent it on bright, shiny things and cars that go vroom. His friends are kind of mad.
Plus, lawsuits over poop, Andrew Cuomo busting lawyers, and 'USA Today' so wrong, wrong, wrong.
After his first address to shareholders, the company's stock jumped over 7 percent.
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The Blackstone billionaire's name will only appear on the building in letters under three inches tall.
Plus law, real estate, and media news in our daily roundup.
Merrill Lynch takes another subprime hit, but don't go predicting its demise on your blog just yet.
Bear Stearns CEO Alan Schwartz, recently relieved of his duties, faces a conundrum. Should he stick with his scrappy team of ragtag bankers? Or join an established "cheerocracy"?
The Times DealBook columnist finds the reclusive financier most agreeable.
The Berkshire Hathaway founder and world's richest man does a twentieth-century billionaire's riff on FDR's famous line.
Publishing musical chairs, bad news on the economy front, and gripes about law-school rankings — all in our daily roundup.
What's going on with Microsoft, Yahoo, Google, and the News. Corp — as well as the Willets Point Stadium, 'Us Weekly,' and Wall Street. Read our daily roundup.
Plus, what's going on at 'Portfolio,' why you'll be hearing more from Perez Hilton, and where the Beatrice Inn is headed next.
In light of the recent barrage of criticism of him, and in light of the fact that Greenspan is 82, the former Fed chairman tries to defend himself against all the bad things people are saying about him.
More troubles for Sam Zell, Heather Mills is coming to town, and half of Bear Stearns employees are facing the ax. Click through to read the rest of our news roundup from the fields of media, law, finance and real estate.
A dating blogger seeks a book deal, trading desks think recession, and Jean Nouvel wins the Pritzker in our daily roundup of media, finance, law, and real-estate news.
This past weekend, in the wake of former Bear Stearns CEO James Cayne's getting over the denial stage and selling out his shares in the firm, thereby clearing the way for takeover by JPMorgan, 85-year-old Bear Stearns was prepared for death with more pomp and circumstance than an Egyptian pharaoh.
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