Despite Republican dissent.
"To every con artist, he is the godfather, the don," says an inmate.
Score one for the loudmouth populace.
The son of the world's largest Ponzi schemer would like a new job in finance. Anyone?
Richard Parsons, the chairman of Citigroup, thought the speech terrific.
Of course not, silly.
The owner of a 2BG2FAIL plate downgrades to a more demure MNAGUY.
The special master for compensation lifts the compensation restrictions on "some" (whiny) employees.
The union between the movie star and financier comes to a screeching halt. And by screeching, we mean Cindy Adams reported it.
“The question isn’t who is going to let me; it’s who is going to stop me.”
Maybe they just don't understand it.
First they blew up the economy. Now they're stealing what few jobs are left.
Informed that their golden parachutes might soon expire, five executives threaten to leap.
The former TARP inspector general tells his epic story.
What our IM conversation with the billionaire hedge-funder would have been like today, if we were, like, pals.
The former Lehman Brothers CEO is late on his property-tax payments.
Haven't we had to put up with enough from this organization?
Shockingly, they didn't find anything.
The man who made billions building Citigroup has a short Christmas list.