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Ralph Cioffi

  1. white men with money
    Bear Stearns Fund Managers Impressed Jurors With Their Work Ethic“If this was really a fraud case, they wouldn’t have worked that hard.”
  2. white men with money
    Jurors in Bear Stearns Trial Could Not Seem Less Excited About Reaching a VerdictThey’re raising questions about venue and have all sorts of outlandish requests.
  3. white men with money
    Day Two in the Bear Stearns Trial: ‘Worrying Is Not a Crime’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.
  4. white men with money
    Two Jurors Rejected in Bear Stearns TrialOne prospective juror wrote that big financial firms “always try to bend the rules to make as much money as possible.”
  5. the greatest depression
    Senate to Probe Goldman, DeutscheThey’re looking for e-mail records about mortgage-backed securities.
  6. company town
    President Bush Sums Up the Financial Crisis the Best Way He Knows How“Wall Street got drunk,” the president said, “and now it’s got a hangover.” Also, Donald Trump Jr. invests in India, ‘Esquire’ editors decide to flash people, and more, in our daily roundup of finance, real-estate, media, and law news.
  7. in other news
    Ralph Cioffi Hangs On to His Dream HouseThe indicted Bear Stearns hedge-funder may lose almost everything, but he won’t lose that tony Hamptons address.
  8. company town
    ‘Martha Wanted to Wash and Blow-dry the Chickens’Martha disrupts plans to make her seem like less of a perfectionist, Bear Stearns CEO Jimmy Cayne may face arrest (he’d better hide his stash!), and the FBI is slapping anyone who’s ever said the word “mortgage” with criminal charges, in our daily roundup of media, finance, real-estate and law news.
  9. it just happened
    Bear Stearns Managers ArrestedMatthew Tannin and Ralph Cioffi, former hedge-fund managers at the former Bear Stearns, were taken into custody this morning for telling investors everything was fine with their funds, while privately admitting they were “toast.”
  10. company town
    Wall Street’s Week of ReckoningAIG’s Martin Sullivan is out, and everyone else is waiting for the ax to fall. Plus! Former ‘NYT’ editor Howell Raines picks on Poynter blogger Jim Romenesko, a Central Park West penthouse goes on the market for $80 million, and more, all in our daily roundup of finance, media, real-estate and law news.