Maria Bartiromo

  • Business Media, Maria Bartiromo

    Huff Po Columnist Calls Bartiromo Old & Hysterical

    Jason Linkins obviously has a problem with Maria Bartiromo. We just can’t figure out what it is. In the opening sentence of his recent column the political columnist for the Huffington Post, Linkins attacks CNBC’s Bartiromo on the grounds that she is getting older. At least that’s what we think he’s saying with his crack […]

    / Jun 11, 2008 at 9:17 AM
  • Barack Obama, Maria Bartiromo, taxes

    Bartiromo on Barack

    Maria Bartiromo has a stimulus plan of her own. But it’s a plan to stimulate the selling of assets instead of consumer spending. If you’ve got stocks or homes you want to sell, you should probably sell before Barack Obama gets elected, she seems to say to Avenue. Today Page Six reports that the Money […]

    / Jun 10, 2008 at 9:26 AM
  • CNBC, Maria Bartiromo

    Maria Bartiromo’s Half Million Dollar Pay Day

    CNBC anchor Maria Bartiromo has sold a book about ‘sucess’ for an advance several knowledgable sources said was approximately $500,000, according to Leon Neyfakh of the New York Observer. This would be Maria’s second book. Her first, Use the News: How to Separate the Noise from the Investment Nuggets and Make Money in Any Economy, […]

    / Mar 12, 2008 at 8:53 AM
  • Maria Bartiromo

    On The Money

    Millions of viewers rely on Maria Bartiromo for a sophisticated take on the economy.

    / Jan 9, 2008 at 2:48 PM
  • Citigroup, Maria Bartiromo

    Help Us Declare A Victor

    It’s always sad when couples end things (and you have to pretend to care), but once the appropriate amount of time has past (usually two hours), we must ask the question: who came out on top? Who’s the winner of this breakup? Who deserves my admiration and who deserves my disgust? If the rumors are […]

    / Nov 5, 2007 at 4:14 PM
  • CNBC, Maria Bartiromo

    $Honey Gets The Geoffrey Raymond Treatment

    Geoffrey Raymond, the greatest artist of our time, who brought us such masterpieces as “Big Lloyd I (.6 Billion)” (a rendering of Lloyd Blankfein), “Big Jim I: Get Up (I Feel Like Being A) Sex Machine” (Jim Cramer), and “Big Dick I (Hundred Million)” (Dick Grasso), is at it again. This time it’s Maria Bartiromo, […]

    / Sep 26, 2007 at 12:32 PM
  • CNBC, Greenspan, Maria Bartiromo

    We Know What You’re Watching Tonight

    It’s Monday night and don’t kid yourself, you don’t have any plans. The most action you’re going to get tonight is from the vibrations of the treadmill as you speed walk across the belt (yeah, it’s early in the week so you better get your fanny to Equinox for at least 30 minutes cause you […]

    / Sep 17, 2007 at 3:13 PM
  • China, Maria Bartiromo, Todd Thomson

    Maria Bartiromo Incorporated Into Chinese Lexicon

    The population of China, unable to describe what was going on between Maria Bartiromo and Todd Thomson during their trysts to the Far East, decided to modernize its language. Respectful of Maria’s status as the Money Honey, Maria and Todd were officially branded “ban tang fu qi” or a “semi-honey couple.” The phrase denotes young, […]

    / Aug 22, 2007 at 11:34 AM
  • Maria Bartiromo

    Maria Bartiromo: No PETAphile

    The downside is that Maria Bartiromo hates animals. The upside is that there could be a catfight between the mistress of money and PETA champion Pamela Anderson in the very near future. The $Honey is under fire for posing in a fur-trimmed coat for More magazine’s September issue, featuring “female movers and shakers over 40.” […]

    / Aug 9, 2007 at 3:21 PM
  • Maria Bartiromo

    Great Moments in Financial History: The Money Honey on Celebrity Jeopardy

    Notice Maria’s score (and provide a caption in the comments section). Keep in mind that this wasn’t that early in the game. For those who missed it several years ago, the Money Honey was featured in a May 2004 episode of Celebrity Jeopardy in Washington D.C. during POWER PLAYERS week. A POWER PLAYER is presumably […]

    / Jul 27, 2007 at 3:23 PM
  • Citi, Citigroup, Maria Bartiromo, Todd Thompson

    Todd Thomson Will Return To Wall Street (When His Vacation Is Over)

    You remember Todd Thomson, the guy who got fired from Citigroup for either too loosely spending the company dime on Maria Bartiromo or because Chuck Prince needed a scapegoat to distract people from Citi’s performance (are C shareholders as easily distracted by someone getting canned as Jim Cramer is by his reflection?)? Even though he’s […]

    / Jun 25, 2007 at 2:44 PM
  • Citi, London, Maria Bartiromo

    BP Chief Resigns

    BP chief Lord Browne has resigned from his post, to be replaced immediately by Dr. Tony Hayward, amidst accusations that he used company money to support (and woo) his partner of four years, Jeff Chevalier. The allegations against Browne include: • BP resources were diverted for Mr. Chevalier’s use, and he was given computers and […]

    / May 1, 2007 at 11:27 AM
  • Maria Bartiromo

    “Big Maria I (Plane Too Many)”

    The words “do not engage” come to mind when one finds his or herself in the company of crazy people, relatives and the architects of a hostage situation. We’ve said this before, but every time we write about Geoffrey Raymond and one of his masterpieces, we know we’re veering dangerously into the territory that could […]

    / Apr 16, 2007 at 3:14 PM
  • CNBC, Maria Bartiromo

    More Money Honey Apartment Voyeurism

    We’ve got more details on the Money Honey’s new hive. As we mentioned yesterday, the queen bee of CNBC’s anchors has reportedly picked up an upper east side townhouse for $6.5 million. Now Big Time Listings—a celebrity real-estate blog—has further reporting on the new place. (Including that picture to the left, which seems to be […]

    / Apr 12, 2007 at 9:29 AM
  • Citi, Maria Bartiromo

    Did Citigroup Cut 17,000 Jobs To Free Up The Money For Todd Thomson’s Next 1,000 Pieces of Ass Settlement Package?

    So the word on the street is that erstwhile Citigroup executive and Maria Bartiromo acquaintance Todd Thomson has reached an agreement with his former employer vis-à-vis severance. The bank declined to proffer the number to any media outlets, or even file anything with the SEC, which Michele Leder finds a bit fishy (which, in the […]

    / Apr 11, 2007 at 3:00 PM
  • CNBC, Maria Bartiromo, real estate

    Maria Bartiromo Is A Closer

    CNBC’s Money Honey has a new hive, the New York Observer’s “Manhattan Transfer” column reported today. Maria Bartiromo and husband Jonathan Steinberg have closed on a five-level townhouse on East 62nd Street. The price-tag: $6.5 million, the Observer says. Here are the details, according to the Observer. The five-bedroom house, east of Third Avenue, has […]

    / Apr 11, 2007 at 11:06 AM
  • Citi, Maria Bartiromo

    It’s Not Over ’til It’s Over

    Occasionally, we have readers who request specific information. One tenacious reader has repeatedly expressed interest in one topic of conversation: Maria and Todd. (Yes, you thought the topic was dead. And it was. But not for a man we’ll call “Bob”.) “Bob” would like more information re: the $ Honey and Todd Thomson and what […]

    / Apr 4, 2007 at 3:03 PM
  • Maria Bartiromo

    Maria Bartiromo: A Punk Rock Love Song

    For some reason, lately we get asked a lot about that song Joey Ramone recorded about Maria Bartiromo. A lot. Well, you can listen to the song here. From those Russians who think that intellectual property is theft. Or is it the other way around: theft is intellectual property. Whatever. As long as they keep […]

    / Mar 7, 2007 at 3:24 PM
  • Citi, Maria Bartiromo, Sandy Weill

    What’s Eating Chuck Prince?

    Gossip rag Dealbook reported this morning that former and current Citigroup chief execs Sandy Weill and Chuck Prince were seen dining at the Four Seasons yesterday during lunch. From the lede, our interest was piqued. Such a seemingly salacious meal begs for answers, does it not? Unfortunately, the Dealbookies were apparently too classy to take […]

    / Mar 1, 2007 at 4:15 PM
  • Citi, Citicorp, Citigroup, CNBC, Maria Bartiromo

    Please Place Your Afternoon Anchor In Her Upright and Fixed Position

    Yesterday Maria Bartiromo, uhm, scored with a top Citigroup executive. Sorry. Scratch that. Yesterday Maria Bartiromo scored an exclusive interview with former Citigroup CEO Sandy Weill. There was a bit of a double news hook for the interview. Yesterday Citigroup had revealed in its annual report that the Securities and Exchange Commission is investigating the […]

    / Feb 27, 2007 at 9:02 AM
  • Citi, Maria Bartiromo

    Todd Thomson Doesn’t Pay For Sex: He Gets Paid For It

    There’s an old saying that goes “You can nail the $Honey or you can nail your former employer for $25 million but you can’t do both.” Or at least there should be, we think; pretty much makes sense, right? Anyway, going with the assumption that there is such a saying, former “Citi” CFO Todd Thomson […]

    / Feb 26, 2007 at 10:58 AM
  • Business Hacks, Business Media, Citi, Citicorp, Citigroup, CNBC, Maria Bartiromo

    Maria Bartiromo Is An _____ To Business Journalism

    Is all not well in the house of CNBC? We’ve mentioned again and again the love that CNBC executives, and their bosses at GE, have for Maria Bartiromo. But is their love unrequited? San Antonio Express-News business columnist David Hendricks writes that Maria didn’t even so much as mention the network at a recent speech […]

    / Feb 21, 2007 at 10:29 AM
  • Banks, Business Media, Citi, Citicorp, Citigroup, CNBC, Maria Bartiromo

    Is Chuck Prince Being Protected By A Cabal of CEOs on Citigroup’s Board?

    That was the allegation (*cough*) flying around last week. Several large Citigroup investors were quoted in a Financial Times story complaining that Citigroup’s board was dominated by chief executives from other large companies who were sticking up for Citigroup chief executive Chuck Prince because he is one of their own. Some of Citigroup’s biggest shareholders […]

    / Feb 20, 2007 at 11:36 AM
  • Business Hacks, Business Media, Business Week, Citicorp, CNBC, Maria Bartiromo, Todd Thompson

    On Clowns, Elephants, Maria, Todd, the Circus and Citi

    The rather under-whelming reaction in much of the media to the revelations about top dog CNBC reporter and “Closing Bell” anchor Maria Bartiromo‘s relationship with former Citigroup honcho Todd Thompson—today, for instance, the New York Post‘s Keith Kelly reveals that both Business Week and Reader’s Digest are keeping Bartiromo on board as a columnist—brings to […]

    / Feb 16, 2007 at 10:00 AM
  • Citi, Maria Bartiromo

    This Proves Nothing!!!

    I just want to say that stuff you did in high school should not be held against you now, okay? And wasn’t everyone kind of trampy when they were 14-17 years old? Like, seriously, WTF? Maybe you did all that stuff because you ran with a fast crowd, not because you thought it was a […]

    / Feb 15, 2007 at 8:40 AM
  • Citi, Maria Bartiromo, sex

    Maria and the Media’s Sticky Situation

    You’ve got to love how various news organizations struggle with how to handle the Money Honey-Citigroup scandal. On the one hand, it’s genuine news involving one of the top guys at one of America’s top banks and one of the top financial reporters in the business. On the other, it’s got all sorts of possibly […]

    / Feb 14, 2007 at 2:00 PM
  • Citi, Maria Bartiromo

    Bloomberg: Thomson’s Problem Is That He Didn’t Do The $Honey In 1985

    The one thing you can say about Bloomberg News is that they’re not afraid to get service-y. Case in point: Michael Lewis’s op-ed piece from yesterday, offering the bit of advice Todd Thomson only wishes he’d had a few months (/decades) earlier. Think of it as Bloomberg’s way of saying, “Hey John Mack and everyone […]

    / Feb 14, 2007 at 10:30 AM
  • Citi, CNBC, Maria Bartiromo

    Todd Thomson Might Beg To Differ

    So, News Corp. is going to have its own business channel, yada, yada, yada. Aside from being immune to self-inflicted irony—yesterday at a press conference announcing the venture, Rupert Murdoch shamed future rival CNBC for being quick to “leap on every scandal,” the septuagenarian also confirmed that Fox would be producing a Borat sequel, when, […]

    / Feb 9, 2007 at 4:53 PM

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