And like some of their bad apple brethren are thusly former Wells Fargo employees now.
Alts shops sure got a whole lot of money they allegedly aren’t entitled to.
If the Germans want to put the brakes on the ECB, they’ll have to use EU courts, sayeth the latter.
Others need not apply. Or, they can, but expect that application to get lost in a mountain of paperwork.
The first rule of bailout money is: Talk a lot about what you’re doing with your bailout money.
Comrade Sanders is threatening to erode society, by which Jamie Dimon presumably means his $1.7 billion (and growing!) fortune.
Masa Son remains clearly determined to make Neumann look like a transformative business genius.
SoftBank is ready to admit that it needs WeWork to survive.
Paul Singer would be happy to take it off your hands for a few cents on the dollar, though.
The bailer-outer in chief has become a Bernie-fide bomb-thrower.
Although it is nice to have something we can rely on.
When Germany says 'bend over,' you say 'how far'.
The mission is proving difficult.
Did Greenberg's victory kill bailouts for good? Very possibly!
Don't get too close, this one bites.
Most people would be freaking the f*ck out. Yanis Varoufakis isn't most people.
Oh man, he hates you finance people a whole lot.