The youth aren’t interested in living in gilded veal cages.
Wall Street’s also-rans confirm that the second quarter was a good one indeed for banks.
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.
Sure, things were bad enough for Corbat to essentially get fired, but not bad enough to keep him from an eight-figure payday.
And David Solomon & co. are still paying for the sins of others.
Very on-brand for America’s most hapless Irish dad.
BriMoy & co. are gonna hold on to what’s rightfully yours for your own good.
You won’t need to worry about profits doubling once Marcus is in charge.
I mean, sure, a 50% jump in profits seems great, but he wouldn’t want to set expectations too high.
Joseph Otting has made sure of that.
The world’s fattest bank (in more ways than one) is preparing a crash diet.
Unlike his favorite basketball team.
The first rule of bailout money is: Talk a lot about what you’re doing with your bailout money.
Banks are willing to give it the money, for some reason.
Thanks for nothing, Wall Street.
BriMo gets which way the wind is blowing.
The former Eeyore of Wall Street is now a compulsive winner making life more interesting for Jamie Dimon.
Jamie's people are relatively happy while Wells Fargo's people...work at Wells Fargo.