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"I was just growing some marijuana, and I was just wondering how much trouble you can get in for one plant."
An executive at a Connecticut hedge fund is arrested for cultivating a huge amount of pot.
A deposition from the former Paulson and Company employee contradicts the government's case against Goldman Sachs.
"It felt like my face was just going to explode," says accused Ponzi-schemer Marcus Schrenker.
The executive at Bank of America recently engineered a huge deal to sell $19 billion worth of shares in the bank. How?
A pair of model/real-estate entrepreneurs with grand plans.
Ladies who lunch don't just wear pearls, they distribute pearls. Of WISDOM.
Another piece of financial-fraud history is yours for the taking.
John Paulson's former right-hand man is charming in a Hannibal Lecter kind of way.
"Hahahaha my publicist just called me & said she heard I was in a psych ward!!!! Hahaha WHAT IS WRONG with people????"
"Stop the bedlam," the good doctor rhymes. "If you think you're infected, seek attention."
Spectators cheered as leaky boats foundered, rammed one another, and fired watermelon cannonballs in every direction.
The financial pundit (and former Guns 'N' Roses bassist) pens his first-ever column for the New York 'Times,' on the subject of business travel.
A plea for help from Nobel Prize–winning economist Paul Krugman, in song.
Roger Friedman reports that the actor and MFA student has sold a short-story collection to Scribner.
Predicts collapse of the United States in 2010, return of Alaska to Russia.
Harvard economist Greg Mankiw wants Krugman to put some of that sweet Nobel Prize money on the line.