"The idea clicked when Hoelscher took a weekend off work as a stockbroker at Wedbush Investments in LA to go skiing in Stratton, VT."
They said they reviewed more than 100,000 documents when they really reviewed 1,000.
It's a logical move, like throwing tea off the side of the boat.
New additions join list of the most embarrassing names of people on the Bloomberg system.
The government made $25.2 billion from its TARP investments.
The New York Fed tells the banks to take back their crappy mortgages, while the White House finishes one big investigation and starts another.
And that includes Elizabeth Warren, the president, and you.
Bank of America lost $7.3 billion, Goldman just lost a little of its luster.
After reviewing over 100,000 documents, it "insisted that it had not found a single example where a foreclosure proceeding was brought in error."
Bank stocks plunge after investors (belatedly?) realize the housing market might be royally screwed.
It appears the correlation between massive signing bonuses and generating revenue is tenuous at best.
New Yorkers' incomes fell twice as much as the rest of the country.
Attendees at a "Training the Street" workshop race to complete spreadsheets and price Hermès.
And what it feels like is PURE EVIL.
"It's a movie. We're telling a story in a movie."
Employees vote it best workplace ever!
"Lehman’s demise was caused by uncontrollable market forces and the incorrect perception and accompanying rumors that Lehman did not have sufficient capital to support its investments."
A lot of people think Wall Street rejects women. In fact, it is the other way around.