The company surprised analysts this quarter.
"Profit is not Satanic."
Moe Tkacik talks to CNBC's Charlie Gasparino about the crisis, the worst people on Wall Street, and his new book, 'The Sellout.'
A new book gives us the backstories of some of the oddball crew of hedge-funders who managed — against all odds and under relatively difficult circumstances — to make bank as the economy burned.
Increases base pay after cutting overall compensation.
Out in the mountains of California, Neel Kashkari has been doing some thinking.
And we were there.
And by peas, we mean more regulation.
Oh, they were, were they?
This makes us feel less bad about CEO Ken Lewis getting no pay this year.
A lawyer for one of the Bear Stearns fund managers accused of misrepresenting the health of an ailing hedge fund seconds her client's emotions.
But hold the bubbly: Credit cards are still a problem.
One prospective juror wrote that big financial firms "always try to bend the rules to make as much money as possible."
What's wrong with that, really?
Wall Street's top guys are basically a bunch of mean girls.
Meanwhile, inside Bank of America, some employees are quietly celebrating the CEO's resignation.
The Bank of America CEO will get $53 million.
And were a sweat lodge and/or peyote involved?