An unprecedented act of generosity has taken place.
Greece, Greece, Greece; Russia; Dominique Strauss-Kahn; Fireworks; “Joey Chestnut is focused on gobbling wieners after splitting from fiancee”; and more.
Round 6 million of “Hillary Clinton is close to Wall Street.”
Uber better stop playing “Poulet” with French regulators if it’s going to keep spending money like a Greek.
A jury was not impressed with Benjamin Wey.
Mathew Martoma wants a new trial.
The guy can turn off a room of with his smile, but he’s got some powerful old friends on The Street.
Polly Phillips doesn’t have time for your ignorance on the matter.
“Great Wall Street bank,” “27,000 risk managers,” “success.”
They can cast votes based on what proxy firms tell them to do or they can use their own f*ckin’ brains for once in their worthless lives.
One might even say that she’s offensively dismissive of the Chinese economy in general.
Don’t get too close, this one bites.
If he can’t have it, no one can.
Sometimes these things just happen.
When Evan Spiegel speaks, a generation is defined.
And backing up the rear for bonus across the pond: Société Générale.
This week on “The Apprentice: Iowa Edition.”
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Pizza and bitcoins.
Which, relatively speaking, is basically like not paying a fine at all.
The restaurant chain has raised a middle finger-shaped breadstick at Starboard Value.
At least it wasn’t Comcast, right?… Right?
Greenwich Time is extremely impressed with the new SAC Capital, AKA Point72 Asset Management.