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    Bank Of America Shareholder Stops Short Of Ripping Her Top Off And Asking Brian Moynihan To Sign Her Tits

    For the most part, Bank of America chief Brian Moynihan is not the type of guy who inspires intense fan frenzy. Lloyd Blankfein has teems of people who want to pinch his adorable cheeks and carry him around in their pocket for good luck. Jamie Dimon has his groupies. But Moynihan? Not so much. UNTIL […]

    / May 8, 2014 at 10:30 AM
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    Fairy Tales Can Come True, It Can Happen To You: When Cohen Met Fieri

    Embattled hedge-fund billionaire Steven A. Cohen, whose SAC Capital Advisors is charged with insider trading, paid spiky-haired chef Guy Fieri $100,000 “to be his friend for a day,” a new book reveals. Cohen paid Fieri to drive around Connecticut with him to reenact a fantasy episode of “Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives,” reveals Allen Salkin in […]

    / Oct 21, 2013 at 5:26 PM
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    Fast Money Types Can Sit On Rich’s Mustache And Spin

    While a small group of protesters marched outside Apple’s shareholders meeting this morning over labor practices in China, investors inside were mostly saying thank you. And with good reason. Take Rich Bleyle, a retired teacher attending the annual meeting from Buffalo, New York. He and his wife Mary spent $16,000 on Apple shares in 1997, about […]

    / Feb 24, 2012 at 2:49 PM
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    Tim Geithner Has Some Fans!

    He likely plied them with free Beast the night before but this still counts! Geithner stepped onto a stage last week in Milwaukee, where unemployment is about 12 percent, and told 200 cheering college students that “it is excellent to be away from Washington.” “I didn’t really even know Secretary Geithner before the event,” said […]

    / May 5, 2010 at 5:13 PM
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    Some People Actually Like The Volcker Rule

    The Volcker Rule -aka the euthanasia principle- got some fresh backers over the weekend, with five former Treasury secretaries sending a letter to the WSJ to voice their support. While this must be good news (late wedding gift?) for Paul, the former secretaries don’t add much to the initial argument. They’re just reiterating what Paul’s […]

    / Feb 22, 2010 at 4:06 PM

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