The bank won first prize for "Innovation in Interest Rate Manipulation."
Bob Diamond was "highly selective" when it came to sharing information about the rate-setting scandal.
The bank seems to have misbehaved even more than Barclays.
Introducing the Li-bros.
Against Barclays traders and several banks.
That's one employee's explanation for posting inaccurate Libor rates.
In this case, it's Bob Diamond.
Sure, what Barclays did was wrong, but all the banks were doing it!
He had an American response to a British problem.
One day after chairman Marcus Agius steps down.
"Dude, thanks a lot for the libor, can you PLEASE thank [Submitter-1] as well :-)"
Too bad, you probably missed it.
Unlike some people, he's no bleeding heart.
"Lehman's books were in such a mess that I don't think they knew where they were."
CEOs haggle over billions.
"While most investment banks claim to have a 'no-jerk' policy on hiring," the 'FT' tells us today, at Barclays "the policy is taken seriously."
"Profit is not Satanic."