Which, if you think about it, is only a fraction of the $27.6 billion the firm lost ... hmmm, no, there's no good way to look at this.
"It's time for us to put this period behind us and be proud to be Citi again."
Except the connection between the Bidens and Stanford.
Sirius might have been forced into bankruptcy today if not for Liberty Media's John Malone.
For the hedge-fund rock star, Friday the 13th was lucky.
The SEC is looking into the Caribbean-based financier, who has $51 billion under management.
"Vulture" investors are sick of looking like the carrion-eating creeps they are.
Eight CEOs have reported to Barney Frank's House Financial Services Committee for their "public anal exams."
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.
The Pershing Square hedge-funder is bowed but not beaten.
The lawyer's move back home comes with a lot of restrictions — but you can still call him!
The Face of the Beginning of the End of Lehman Brothers is taking a leave of absence from her new job.
But has the damage been done?
The former Citigroup CEO didn't think a thing of taking one of the company's private jets to Mexico on vacay.
Howard Rubenstein's mogul army has set its sights on Governor Paterson.
Former Merrill Lynch exec John 'Launny' Steffens lost $35 million to Madoff, but there's one thing he feels good about.
A car and driver, a swank office, and three million a year.