The expert network has "severed its relationship" with the first person to be arrested by the feds as part of Insider Trading Fest(ivus) 2010. The company said in a statement that "based upon recent events," DC is no longer with the firm. While presumably they're talking about the charge by prosecutors this morning that he engaged in actions management frowns upon, it could very well be sex on the desk with the cleaning lady last night. We just don't know. [MarketWatch]
JP Morgan Junior Bankers Not Gonna Sit Back And Let Counterparts At Goldman Sachs Have All The Cheating Fun
Cheating on internal training exams: so hot right now.