Displaying all articles tagged:

Vikram Pandit

  1. the greatest depression
    SEC Turns Newly Opened Eye to Celebrity Board DirectorsCompanies may have to begin proving the celebrities they’ve appointed to their boards are actually smart.
  2. the greatest depression
    Citigroup Raises Pay, HacklesBut should we really be outraged?
  3. your tarp dollars at work
    Citigroup Fixing Its Problems, One Smelly Fridge at a TimeWhen it comes to internal maintenance problems, the Citi never sleeps.
  4. real estate porn
    Bob Weinstein’s Beresford Apartment Can Now Be YoursFor a mere $29.75 million.
  5. oh we'll go there
    This Is Out of LineVikram Pandit is not fat, he is just full-figured.
  6. mean girls
    Sheila Bair Threatens Vikram PanditAnd our claws come out.
  7. ceoh no!
    Sheila Bair: Certain Bank CEOs Will Be Replaced“Are there people who can do a better job?”
  8. the greatest depression
    Bank of America Needs to Raise $34 BillionOh. Well. That’s a little more than we thought.
  9. the greatest depression
    Citibank Is Reevaluating Employee PaymentOptions considered thus far include paying employees with marbles, arrowheads.
  10. white men with money
    Citigroup’s Andrew Hall Has Castle, Demands BonusCitigroup CEO is lobbying to pay bonuses to key employees, but do they really need them?
  11. ceoh no!
    Save Vikram!Why Citigroup’s CEO shouldn’t be fired.
  12. mean boys
    Survivor: Financial CrisisWith the game getting serious, the CEOs of America’s largest financial institutions are turning on one another.
  13. finance fiction
    Why Didn’t Vikram Pandit Show Up to His Own Earnings Call?We have a few ideas.
  14. early and often
    Chuck Schumer Is That Guy Who Says He Is ‘Friends With Everyone’The New York senator is jumping on the populist bandwagon now that it’s cool.
  15. the greatest depression
    The Humiliations of Vikram Pandit, ContinuedThe ‘WSJ’ wonders: Now that they’ve ousted Rick Wagoner, is the government planning on firing any bank CEOs?
  16. the greatest depression
    Bankers Had a Beautiful Experience at White HouseThe bankers came away from their meeting with the president feeling “fabulous.”
  17. the greatest depression
    Obama Gets His Bank Boys TogetherPresident 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.
  18. the rage of the never rich
    Citigroup to Lay Off 65 Office CleanersSorry, guys! Citi blew all of its budget this year making millionaires more millionaire-y! Good luck feeding your kids, though.
  19. the rich hunt
    Okay, Citigroup, You’ve Pissed Us OffJets and Zen gardens we could handle, but insane retention bonuses and a stupid fire sale have put us over the edge.
  20. ceoh no!
    Taxpayers Never Promised Vikram Pandit a Zen GardenCitgroup defends its office renovation plans.
  21. ceoh no!
    Citigroup’s $10 Million Office Plans May Threaten Stability of Taxpayer MindsIt’s official: Vikram Pandit needs someone who’s going to tell him what is going to piss off normal people.
  22. gold-bar fund
    Citigroup CEO Vikram Pandit Got $38.2 Million Pay Package in 2008That’s a lot of gold bars.
  23. finance fiction
    Vikram Pandit Undermined AgainThe Citigroup CEO finally had some good news — and then the government had to go and ruin it.
  24. scenes from a meltdown
    Citigroup Breaks the BuckOh no.
  25. white men with money
    Vikram Pandit Will Never Give Up on Citi, As Long As You Never Do“It’s time for us to put this period behind us and be proud to be Citi again.”
  26. the great stimulation
    U.S. Will Force Struggling Giant Citigroup to Get on TreadmillThe government has increased its stake in the banking giant by 36 percent, plans to motivate it toward weight loss.
  27. the great stimulation
    Vikram Pandit Will Survive!He’s not getting dumped after all.
  28. imaginary conversations
    Citigroup and Federal Government Have Horrible, Tumultuous RelationshipA 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.’
  29. the greatest depression
    Vikram Pandit Gets to Keep His Crap Job Till Someone Better Comes AlongIn which we feel a twinge of pity for the Citigroup CEO.
  30. white men with money
    CEOs Prepare for ‘Public Anal Exam’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.
  31. the greatest depression
    Daily Intel’s Economic Stimulus PlanNew York needs a cash injection, and we know just the people who should give it to us.
  32. the greatest depression
    Obama to Cut Off Wall Street’s Huge PackagesThe Obama administration is expected to cap executive pay at TARP-sponsored companies at $500,000.
  33. the greatest depression
    Barney Frank to Haul TARP Recipients to Washington for Major SassingThe House Financial Services Committee chair is having the heads of bailed-out banks to Washington for a little chat.
  34. gossipmonger
    Tommy Lee’s Plane Pulled Over for Erratic FlyingThankfully, he wasn’t behind the wheel. Plus, Mickey Rourke writes thank-you notes, and other surprises, in today’s gossip roundup.
  35. white men with money
    Sandy Weill’s Mexican VacationThe former Citigroup CEO didn’t think a thing of taking one of the company’s private jets to Mexico on vacay.
  36. the jet set
    Citigroup Continues to Bungle PR on Jet PurchaseFirst they were buying a new jet to save them several million dollars, now they are spending several million dollars to NOT buy it. Jeez Louise.
  37. John Thain’s Phone Date With DenialThe recently released Merrill Lynch CEO had a date with CNBC’s Money Honey today. Verdict: Awkward.
  38. the greatest depression
    Ballbusting Analyst Meredith Whitney Wants Banks to Let Go of Their ‘Crown Jewels’The Oppenheimer and Co. analyst suggests a massive ‘yard sale.’
  39. the greatest depression
    Vikram Pandit Remained Cheerful As ‘All Hell Was Breaking Loose’ at CitigroupAnd you know what? That really pissed people off.
  40. the greatest depression
    Will Citigroup Dump Vikram Pandit on His Birthday?“There is no truth to the rumors” of the CEO’s demise, says a random board member.
  41. white men with money
    Citigroup Finally Relinquishes BonusesIt’s about time.
  42. the greatest depression
    There Will Be No Toys for Citigroup This ChristmasThe beleaguered bank has put the kibosh on its annual holiday installation.
  43. the greatest depression
    Citi Executives to Maybe Give Up BonusesThis year, they’ll spread the (government) wealth to the little people.
  44. the greatest depression
    All Eyes on Vikram PanditCitigroup stock slips further as rumors swirl about the banking giant.
  45. the greatest depression
    Citigroup to Cut 53,000 JobsVikram Pandit will announce the job cuts at a friendly, ‘town hall’ style meeting today.
  46. Citigroup to Lay Off a ‘Humongous’ Number of PeopleAt least 10,000 globally.
  47. white men with money
    Wells Fargo and Citigroup Fight Over Wachovia, the Aging Stripper With a Heart of GoldCitigroup and Wells Fargo’s fight for Wachovia reminds us of a classic Hollywood love story — with a weird and brutal twist.
  48. Wachovia Ditches Citigroup for Wells FargoWill this be thing thing that makes Citi CEO Vikram Pandit stop smiling?
  49. scenes from a meltdown
    Citigroup to Buy Wachovia’s Banking OperationsThough the FDIC is quick to assure customers that Wachovia has not ‘failed,’ the government spent the weekend helping Citigroup finance a deal.
  50. company town
    Citigroup Posts $2.5 Billion LossA lot of big news at the banks today — but there’s also crazy stuff going down with Jeff Zucker, Dan Rather, Brooke Astor (from beyond!), and Barack Obama, in our daily industry roundup.
Load More