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  1. The World Economy Is Stagnating Like It’s 1937Economists at Morgan Stanley warn that policymakers are repeating the mistakes of the late-’30s, when a tightening of fiscal and monetary policy produced a double-dip recession.
  2. leaning out then in
    Fancy Firms Offer Internships for MomsAt least they’re paid.
  3. Wall Street Banks Are Falling All Over Themselves to Suck Up to TwitterTrack jackets, “Rockin’ Robin,” and ticker crawls, all in the name of business.
  4. On the New Wall Street, Boring Is BetterElizabeth Warren’s wish is coming true.
  5. the most important people in the world
    Morgan Stanley Analysts Can Cancel All Those Fake Doctor’s Appointments NowThey’re allowed to look for jobs again.
  6. Morgan Stanley Employee Sues, Claiming Racial DiscriminationDabotubo Horsfall claims he was subjected to race-based mistreatment.
  7. Morgan Stanley’s ‘Shitbag’ DerivativesUh, guys? Maybe reconsider next time.
  8. Morgan Stanley CEO Forces Profit-Starved Executives to Violate Personal BubblesJames Gorman is using small rooms to get his points across.
  9. Give William Bryan Jennings His BonusA humble plea to Morgan Stanley.
  10. Morgan Stanley Trader Under InvestigationClearly the drink is behind Glenn Hadden’s alleged dirty dealings. But which flavor?
  11. How Screwed Is This Bank? Morgan Stanley EditionA good quarter, by bad-quarter standards.
  12. Morgan Stanley Mutual Funds Got Too Much Facebook StockAnd now they have a tummy ache.
  13. Moody’s Takes Big Banks Down a Notch or, in Most Cases, TwoOddly, some banks are relieved.
  14. technology
    Facebook Finger-pointing: Did Wall Street Blow It, or Is the Company Overvalued?Welcome to Day Three.
  15. The Return of the Mack, Part IVWhy deal with bureaucracy when you can pay your interest directly to people who caused the financial crisis?
  16. Accused Manhattan Madam Has a Friend at Morgan Stanley [Updated]He’s been identified as a broker named David Walker.
  17. white men with money
    Morgan Stanley CEO James Gorman Has the Same Taste in Books As BloombergJames Gorman and our mayor share a love for spy novels and money.
  18. Facebook Set to File $5 Billion IPO on WednesdayMorgan Stanley won the prized lead status.
  19. technology
    Facebook IPO Might Be Filed Next WeekThe anticipation is still building!
  20. white men with money
    Morgan Stanley CEO to Really Unhappy Bonus Whiners: ‘Just Leave’The boss has some realism for those “really unhappy” with lower compensation.
  21. Morgan Stanley Limiting Cash Bonuses to $125KWhat happens to a bonus deferred?
  22. Striving Morgan Stanley Hopeful Scolded by Vacationing CEOLesson: Don’t e-mail important people on holidays.
  23. John Mack Will Step Down As Morgan Stanley’s Chairman at the End of the YearHe’ll keep a presence at the firm in a “senior advisory role.”
  24. Summer of Layoffs Officially Starts at Morgan StanleyWhat a way to mark the solstice.
  25. Goldman Sachs Proves Wall Street Didn’t Screw LinkedInWhich bank, after all, is the greediest and most knowledgeable of them all?”
  26. JPMorgan Will Take Social Media for $750 Million, AlexHey, if FarmVille can get you $7 billion, why not?
  27. Wall Street Is Already Psyched About Making Money Off of EgyptThere are business opportunities there and that’s what this revolution shows.”
  28. Lloyd Blankfein Wants What Morgan Stanley Has: GrouponGroupon shall be his!
  29. Morgan Stanley on Track to Take Groupon Public at $15 Billion [Updated]But why stop at $15 billion?
  30. ‘Queen of the Net’ Leaves Morgan Stanley for Silicon ValleyMary Meeker leaves Morgan Stanley for the venture-capital firm Kleiner Perkins.
  31. Wall Street’s Relationship With Dwarves: A Short HistoryIt’s all fun and games until you hire a little person.
  32. Morgan Stanley to Washington: It Doesn’t Feel So Good to Be Reviled, Does It?Tag, you’re it.
  33. Morgan Stanley Posts Disappointing EarningsThe firm reports a net loss of 67 percent.
  34. propaganda
    Working at Morgan Stanley Is Fun and Sexy“Nothing is so intense. Nothing is so fun. Nothing is so interesting.”
  35. Banker Boot Camp Trains Wall Street’s Next GenerationAttendees at a “Training the Street” workshop race to complete spreadsheets and price Hermès.
  36. Steve Eisman’s Outspokenness, Orchid Habit May Have Caused Rift With Morgan StanleyWhen it comes to his own fund, The Big Short’s main character might be a little short-sighted.
  37. Banks Back in Control of the SituationFor the financial industry, things are finally starting to get back to normal.
  38. John Mack: Damn Right I Told Geithner to Get F***ed!The Morgan Stanley chairman came clean about his dirty mouth at today’s shareholder meeting.
  39. Back in 2006, Morgan Stanley Traders Were More Interested in Golf Than in Creating CDOsEven when it comes to potentially criminal behavior, they can’t catch up.
  40. fi-cri fallout
    Report: Feds Investigating Morgan Stanley ‘Dead Presidents’ DealsLike Goldman Sachs, the firm created CDOs and used them to bet against the housing market.
  41. Bankers Rescue Children From Burning BuildingOr so they SAY.
  42. Oh, Morgan Stanley Reported EarningsWe almost forgot about them!
  43. Morgan Stanley’s New and Old CEO Are Very Comfortable With Each OtherAnd their sexuality, apparently.
  44. Morgan Stanley’s New CEO Gambles, But CautiouslyJames Gorman is a CEO for a new time that is not that different from the old time.
  45. white men with money
    For the Second Year in a Row, CEOs Say ‘Thanks But No Thanks’ to BonusesBut why?
  46. the ceo whisperer
    Andrew Ross Sorkin Detects a Note of RegretThe ‘Times’ CEO whisperer explains why top Wall Street figures missed a meeting.
  47. Morgan Stanley Exec Changes License Plate After No One Finds Joke That FunnyThe owner of a 2BG2FAIL plate downgrades to a more demure MNAGUY.
  48. Morgan Stanley’s John Mack Steps Back, to ShrugsMack wasn’t the best CEO and he wasn’t the worst.”
  49. What Fall Brings for Wall Street’s BanksRecess is over, and Congress will be scrutinizing the big boys.
  50. The British Are Making a Movie About Lehman BrothersThe new BBC reenactment of the events of last September sounds a little too British.
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