‘It’s not even a close question that von der Goltz be incarcerated.’
And, this being a Quibi show, it’d be great if the courtship could be short and sweet and not subject to too much inspection.
The Nov. 3 through Jan. 20 period could be very enlightening indeed in this matter.
Nikola’s Trevor Milton isn’t successful enough to be able to make potentially untrue statements about his company on Twitter willy-nilly.
EY would prefer not to embarrass itself quite so spectacularly again.
Just a thought, unless you’d like your actual money to buy someone else a Ferrari.
Jeff Gundlach thinks these jamokes should leave the dealing—and many other things—to the professionals, like himself.
Because Robinhood’s gotta plead ignorance (and probably a $10 million-plus settlement) on this one.
Steve Mnuchin can’t seem to keep these things under wraps.
And his father sort of wishes he could do the same.
It was a rule-shredding Wednesday on Zoom.
A presumably defrauded Hells Angel wants me to meet him in Switzerland. What, you think I shouldn’t go?
Come on, you guys, everyone else is getting one.
You know, those halcyon days of last week.
No surprise as to who was behind the White House’s ill-fated and ill-considered Kodak plan.
Fly right over those pitchforks poking above your hedgerow.
Oh, there was also some alleged insurance fraud going on in the opioid-pushing.
Bill Barr sees absolutely nothing wrong with that kind of thing.
How many small cities have their very own federal bankruptcy judges?
The Virtu founder and Army vet can make this a whole lot more painful than a $6.9 million payout.
Somehow the dour lawyers got left out of the party. Shocking, we know.
And the lucky buyers thereof are only down about 15% on them—so far.
And those two things aren’t correlated as you might expect.
What did CEO Jim Continenza know, when did he know it and what did he do with that knowledge?
A near-corporate-death experience is the new must-have résumé line.
Whatever reopening phase the Big Board is up to does not include celebrity bell-ringers.
Who says this country suffers from systemic racism?
It’s not you, England (read: Brexit). It’s us (read: glitches, etc.).
Because, bravo, you guys seemed to be able to do it.
While prosecutors are having a look around the place, you never know what might turn up.
Which is good (for it, and for payday lenders), because it’s probably running out of time.
Chances are, he’s done it before—and those people didn’t get their $1 million a week, either.
The self-regulator’s new chairperson would like to know.
The CFPB is alive if unwell, and may be ready to get back to business early next year.
Not the people who invested $1.7 billion in it, that’s for sure.