Vikram Pandit likes you, he really likes you!
The Citigroup CEO orders a $350 bottle of wine and doesn't finish it.
A glimmer of money.
The government is set to make an $8 billion profit on its sale of Citi stocks.
The Citigroup CEO says his "Eastern upbringing" is helping him lead the bank.
In contrast to its competitors, the "financial supermarket" is proud of the deals it can offer employees.
He has commenters!
The Citigroup CEO has become a Sylvia's regular.
Whereabouts of arses and elbows also in dispute.
"Citi is among the strongest banks in the industry," CEO Vikram Pandit says, as the bank prepares to pay back $45 billion in TARP money.
In which Daily Intel and the banking behemoth find themselves curiously in the same boat.
The Citigroup CEO continues his reign of austerity.
What if we called it something like Awesome Citi Hedge Fund Group?
No one was really fooled.
The FDIC chairwoman thinks the A+ grade the Citigroup CEO got for his performance sounds a little too good to be true.
A new report and book present conflicting views of the Citigroup CEO.
The specter of public furor over Andrew Hall's bonus may cause the bank to let go of one of its star traders. But at what price?