"I lost 35 to 40 percent of my net worth on the 2008 crash."
Not government and not YOU.
No wonder he quit so fast.
Family photos give the Bank of America CEO's empty office a feeling of presence.
"I need to look sufficiently fierce to make sure that I garner the respect that I deserve."
Those are three separate people.
Bob Moffat was just trying to help out his "friend."
But beneath the titan of finance's tough shell is a tender heart.
The conversation we might have had with rock-star hedge-funder John Paulson over Instant Messenger today, if we were, like, bros.
That's what Charlie Gasparino is saying, though the White House denies it.
In private aircraft, that is.
“Dang gummit, somebody has got to stand up on behalf of middle-class families!”
The Goldman Sachs CEO cannot catch a break.
He often appeared "hyper" and "highly agitated" during questioning.
The embattled firm is being sued by an ex-employee who claims she was put on the "mommy track."
Why does the government have to meddle in everything?