Frank Quattrone

  • Frank Quattrone

    A Made-For-TV Movie Is Also Rumored To Be In The Works

    Don’t have any plans on January 24? Might we suggest something? Great, thanks. Frank Quattrone, yes, that Frank Quattrone, of moustachioed fame, will be orating at the Western Association of Venture Capitalists’ luncheon, the first in a series of “distinguished speakers.” This is not something you want to miss and there appears to be no […]

    / Jan 10, 2007 at 12:31 PM
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    Frank Quattrone’s Got Wall Street Veins A-Throbbing

    We’re irrationally exuberant about Frank Quattrone getting back into the game. We almost want to send him our resume and try to sign on for another round deal making. This Fortune article doesn’t do much to quell our excitement. For years the three men were by far the most powerful bankers in Silicon Valley. Both […]

    / Sep 7, 2006 at 3:56 PM
  • Frank Quattrone

    The Frank Quattrone Prosecution: Well That Was Pretty Much A Waste of Time

    What did the prosecution of Frank Quattrone accomplish? More than three years and two trials after prosecutors first charged him with obstruction of justice—one of those meta-crimes that prosecutors resort to when they cannot prove more substantive crimes—Frank Quattrone has reached a settlement agreement that will dismiss all charges against him if he avoids breaking […]

    / Aug 22, 2006 at 11:49 AM
  • Frank Quattrone

    Live Blogging Frank Quattrone’s “Free at last” moment.

    10:28. Frank approaches the microphone. Huge smile. Light grey suit and blue shirt. He’s glowing like a young widow who just had her first orgasm in six years. “I will resume my business career.” So its official. Frank is back. 10:29: Well, that was quick. He’s gone. Gone but back.

    / Aug 22, 2006 at 10:28 AM
  • Frank Quattrone

    Sending Signals to Wall Street

    Marketwatch’s David Weidner argues that leaky-Chinese-Wall poster boy Frank Quattrone’s third trial is beside the point because the government isn’t going after Quattrone for “possibility that Quattrone accepted what amounted to bribes for allotments of IPO shares”: Proponents of a third trial say a conviction on the obstruction charge will send a powerful message to […]

    / Mar 30, 2006 at 9:03 AM
  • Frank Quattrone

    Third Trial’s The Charm

    Post-yesterday’s Free Frank celebrations, the San Jose Merc takes a moment to remind those with short-term memories why his overturned conviction is important: Quattrone was once one of Silicon Valley’s most successful financiers of technology companies during the days when red-hot initial public offerings would routinely double, triple or more in price, netting huge profits […]

    / Mar 21, 2006 at 8:48 AM

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