• Bear Stearns, drugs

    This Is Serious

    It’s no secret that Jimmy Cayne’s fear of the media has increased three-fold since the Journal‘s hit on his drug problem came out, and he began dramatically increasing the amount of PCP he was lacing his pot with supposedly as a coping mechanism but really just for fun. It’s also no secret that Jimmy Cayne […]

    / Dec 3, 2007 at 12:59 PM
  • drugs, Pharma

    This Is Your Brain On New Improved Hydromorphone

    Neuromed announced Wednesday that it received $53 million for some advanced opioid studies, from some Canucks, other venture firms and that guy in the basement next door. The company is developing a once-daily treatment of hydromorphone, a pain-killer up to 10 times stronger than morphine. Hydromorphone only exists in the U.S. as an immediate-release drug […]

    / Aug 24, 2007 at 10:53 AM
  • drugs

    Is This Like the 80s?

    Pointed out by Banker’s Ball, if it seems like the market boom is never running out of energy, it may be because the people running it (or at least the people propping up the people running it) never run out of energy, courtesy of the best pick-me-ups bonuses can buy. One of the only major […]

    / Jul 17, 2007 at 11:12 AM
  • drugs

    Just Say No (6 Hours Before The Heroin Test)

    I’m about to re-report something from Reuters that’s going to blow your fucking mind: bankers do drugs. Yes, taking a cue from the New York Times, the news service notes that there’s a good chance the guy sitting next to you is coked out of his skull right now. No one’s quite sure what begets […]

    / Jun 20, 2007 at 2:01 PM
  • anal is the new blow job, drugs, You people have the resources

    Also, Have You Read This New Book Called ‘American Psycho’? It’ll BLOW YOUR MIND

    With Wall Street surging and a 24-hour global economy, young professionals have the money and the incentive to stay constantly wired. “I do it every day,” said Kristoff, a European transplant to New York who works in finance and would not give his last name. He said he pays $150 for two grams of cocaine. […]

    / Jun 11, 2007 at 3:33 PM
  • Citicorp, drugs

    Citigroup’s Meth Lab Operator

    Our eyes usually skip over items involving drugs like crystal meth. Our people aren’t really smoking meth, are they? Well apparently they are. Michael Knibb, an information-technology vice president at Citigroup, ran the sophisticated drug operation from the living room of his luxury apartment overlooking the United Nations, said Drug Enforcement Administration officials. The 37-year-old […]

    / Dec 1, 2006 at 10:58 AM
  • drugs

    Biz School Dean Arrested On Drug Charges

    The government wants you to think that doing drugs will inevitably make you a loser with no friends and no job prospects. Then it goes and arrests the dean of the the Business School of the University of San Diego on drug charges, which kind of disproves that whole drugs will totally ruin your life […]

    / Sep 20, 2006 at 12:36 PM

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