In fairness, Marcus Goldman got his start peddling household goods, so….
Well, it’s second-to-late. And if not that, let it be Jay Powell’s last.
Brian Moynihan is staying put for the foreseeable future.
It takes more than a $1 billion fine to really get the Stagecoach’s attention, apparently.
The Germans are alleged to not be taking ESG terribly seriously.
Alright you ungrateful little turds here’s your f**king snowflake raise.
The youth aren’t interested in living in gilded veal cages.
Perhaps this wasn't the best thing to draw a line in the sand about....
Both of which are completely unnecessary for purpose, but apparently necessary to maintaining Wall Street’s culture or something.
Morgan Stanley doth protest a lot about working from home.
Wall Street’s also-rans confirm that the second quarter was a good one indeed for banks.
Whatever could have led it to this insight?
It’s a new approach to ensuring that its clients remain as unhappy with the bank as possible.
Federal judges are proving distinctly unimpressed by cases buoyed by the Yates memo.
The SEC, on the other hand…
There’s nothing worse than getting hit with an antitrust fine on top of a multi-billion dollar loss.
After a ten-year Teutonic tempest, it’s coming around.
If you’d just make an argument, guys, Amy Coney Barrett would give you everything you asked for and more.
You know, seems like it might be interesting to talk about.
It’s got one teensy, tiny, HIPAA-triggering request.
Jim Justice may really need that $150,000 statehouse salary.
What with the backsliding in spite of the massive investments in AML, and all.
Maybe insulating bankers from any personal responsibility isn’t as great an idea as they thought.
Corruption really is a beautiful game, no?
The Justice Department and Prudential Regulation Authority have some questions.
Certainly not prison illegal, really, if you think about it.
There’s a “girls not allowed” sign on the CEO office’s door.
This will season her up good.
Good news for hedge funds, bad news for skinflint banks.
COVID-19 has shown Edward Bramson that life’s to short to deal with the likes of Jes Staley.
It’s almost as if five years of stern warnings and meaningful shakes of the head haven’t gotten through yet.
It’s not like the bank’s got other pressing issues it needs to deal with now, right?
If even they are inoculated, there’s hope for us all.
Four hundred percent, people! Four hundred percent!
No one’s giving them a blank check anymore.