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    Guy Accused Of Sending Employee Clips Featuring Him Getting Romantic With Himself Modeling New Company After Berkshire Hathaway

    Last May, we met Thomas Guerriero. At the time, the Guerreiro Wealth Holdings founder had just been accused by an underline of sending her videos of himself masturbating, texts about stuff he wanted to do to her (rife with grammatical errors), groping her, and leaving lewd Post-Its at her desk. Since then Guerreiro decided to […]

    / Jun 27, 2011 at 3:53 PM
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    How Should Erin Burnett And Mark Haines Settle Yesterday’s Tiff?

    Yesterday, while discussing the blown Tigers call, Mark Haines told Erin Burnett that her cavalier attitude about the whole thing (EB thought it was NBD) was the reason “women shouldn’t be in charge of sports.” Erin did not appreciate that and things got noticeably tense! We suggested that the whole thing be settled with a […]

    / Jun 4, 2010 at 9:45 AM
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    Tim Geithner Has Two Requests

    Request Number One: Challenge him to a game of your choice. Nok Hockey, tennis, jacks, Crossfire, fire ball, ping pong, rock paper scissors, mud-wrestling, Egyptian Ratscrew, kick ball, something weird and exotic with ever-changing rules you just made up on the spot. Doesn’t matter what it is, the important thing is that you underestimate him, […]

    / May 25, 2010 at 1:18 PM
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    Citi Finding Innovative Ways To Further Demoralize Employees

    Citigroup, fighting to keep its title as one of Wall Street’s most innovative investment banks when it comes to demoralizing employees, has begun charging lower-level employees to use the investment bank’s box seats at sporting events, the Wall Street Journal’s David Enrich is reporting. Top executives, of course, still get to enjoy the perk gratis. […]

    / May 6, 2008 at 10:55 AM
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    The Pension Fund Manager Who Went One-On-One With Michael Jordan…And Won

    If you’ve ever had a few drinks with fund managers, and followed them with a few more, you know the conversation inevitably turns to performance. Usually it will begin with some fantastic trade but, depending on the crowd, it often winds up with some feat of physical prowess, death-defying daring or sexual triumph. But the […]

    / Feb 28, 2008 at 3:40 PM

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