After hours, Dr. Doom becomes Dr. Fun.
Taxpayers can kiss their $2.3 billion goodbye.
Philip Duff's hedge fund died, but the offices are still there to remind us of what things looked like Before The Crash.
According to the Treasury secretary.
Almost busted in 2000 and 2001.
A pair of criminals tried to disguise themselves using household goods. Failed.
"The idea that Mr. Rajaratnam would simply abandon those properties ... is neither realistic nor credible."
The JPMorgan CEO in his adolescent glory.
The events of the past year have aged the Treasury secretary. Also, he's a year older, so there's that.
Increases base pay after cutting overall compensation.
The IBM executive arrested for giving tips to the Galleon Group was known for his fun outfits and office games.
Jeffry Picower was accused of reaping $7 billion from Madoff's scheme.
Not that she is biased or anything.
Is Ken Feinberg's plan to cut Wall Street's pay an effective smackdown, or a case of too little, too late?
His office was known as "The North Pole."
We guess the Long-Term Capital Management head is hoping the third time's the charm?
But they'll still be rich.