Charlie Gasparino



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Now he can squeeze it in in between his afternoon workout session and his standing reservation at the Grand Havana room.

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“The government is still hoping for two of the main people they’ve gone after, Mathew Martoma and Mike Steinberg, that they turn on Steve Cohen. The big thing that they want is for…these guys to get convicted, face a long prison term, and when they’re thinking of that prison term, they turn on Cohen…the rub here is that the Steinberg case is not going that well for the government. The government would concede that…it’s not the lay up they want. If you’re going to surmise anything from what I tell you, it’s that Steve Cohen is still a target. That’s not a surmise, he is a target.” [FBN]

“On the five-year anniversary of Bernie Madoff outing himself as the world’s most notorious white-collar criminal, the financial world still hasn’t learned some simple lessons. First, business journalists should stop listening to the fraudster himself. His multibillion-dollar scam caused at least three people to take their own lives, including his son Mark — yet Madoff remains mostly unrepentant and uncooperative. He continues to blame “the greed of others” and loves to offer his opinions on how Wall Street really works…Truth be told, I’m one of those reporters who spoke to Madoff in the years since he turned himself in. He banned me from contacting him in prison after I concluded a couple of years ago that he’s a delusional sociopath. It was one of the proudest days of my life.” [NYP]


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  • 03 Dec 2013 at 4:01 PM

Charlie Gasparino Has An Idea

As the world’s foremost business and economics reporter, everyone expects Gasparino to attend the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland. The only problem is, he doesn’t like Swiss food, he doesn’t speak German, and, most importantly, skiing is no substitute for brutalizing ones’ pecs in the weight room. For these reasons, CG is a no go. Now, if you’d host the WEF in a more congenial location–a cigar bar, perhaps, or at a boxing match–you might pique his interest. Hold it at a classy Italian restaurant on East 54th Street and, well, let’s just say you can pencil him in. Read more »