Why Citigroup's CEO shouldn't be fired.
With the game getting serious, the CEOs of America's largest financial institutions are turning on one another.
We have a few ideas.
The New York senator is jumping on the populist bandwagon now that it's cool.
The 'WSJ' wonders: Now that they've ousted Rick Wagoner, is the government planning on firing any bank CEOs?
The bankers came away from their meeting with the president feeling "fabulous."
President Obama is meeting with the CEOs of fifteen of the country's largest financial institutions. Daily Intel has obtained a transcript of their conversation so far.
Sorry, guys! Citi blew all of its budget this year making millionaires more millionaire-y! Good luck feeding your kids, though.
Jets and Zen gardens we could handle, but insane retention bonuses and a stupid fire sale have put us over the edge.
Citgroup defends its office renovation plans.
It's official: Vikram Pandit needs someone who's going to tell him what is going to piss off normal people.
That's a lot of gold bars.
The Citigroup CEO finally had some good news — and then the government had to go and ruin it.
"It's time for us to put this period behind us and be proud to be Citi again."
The government has increased its stake in the banking giant by 36 percent, plans to motivate it toward weight loss.
A recent phone call between a senior government official and Citigroup CEO Vikram Pandit revealed "who's on top" in the new world of American finance, according to the 'Journal.'
In which we feel a twinge of pity for the Citigroup CEO.
Tomorrow, a number of Wall Street's top CEOs are scheduled to testify in front of Barney Frank's Financial Services Committee. They're not looking forward to it.