Gather ’round, Securities and Exchange Commission.
With a wildcard.
Well, that was fast.
According to Charlie Gasparino, the banks may or may not see cuts next year.
You can stop freaking out. We solved the whole thing and it’s actually quite a touching story.
But there’s only one to go around, so…
Raymond James has decided to take a loss rather than admit to employing idiots.
The Fox Business reporter may have a new sidekick.
The ex-WFC bro defending the right of all to tell email a colleague “Many props bro – it’s all good in the hood biatchhhhh” may emerge victorious.
The police are just going to hang onto these things ’til the whole insider trading business is worked out.
Related: it won’t be meeting any of the holdouts’ demands any time soon.
Mean old hedge funds who know nothing about the art of iron griddle group dining, for one.
Somehow this is supposed to be part of his defense.
Highly recommend, would get divorced there again.
No matter! They’re recommending them to private equity firms anyway and telling said firms to make these kids an offer ASAP.
Goldman Sachs beats off job applicants with a stick; Justice Department wants guilty pleas from four banks; RadioShack expects to pay out executive bonuses; ECB wants people to get off its back re: Greece; “Following the film release of Fifty Shades of Grey, B&Q employees may encounter increased customer product queries relating to rope, cable ties and masking or duck tape. Store Managers should anticipate the need for extra stock and store staff should read the following brief to prepare them to handle potentially sensitive customer questions”; AND MORE.
They recently let him know exactly how they feel about his “Audit the Fed” campaign and, spoiler alert, it’s not very good!
How dare you, New York Times. How dare you.
If “you” are Steve Cohen or a similarly comfortable resident of the state.