Sure, things were bad enough for Corbat to essentially get fired, but not bad enough to keep him from an eight-figure payday.
I mean, sure, a 50% jump in profits seems great, but he wouldn’t want to set expectations too high.
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.
So even the White House doesn't know who's running Wells Fargo.
This was a true waste of everyone's time.
Is there a Congressional hearing tomorrow? Well, what a fun coincidence!
With apologies to Edmund Lynch.
They may be crushing stocks and starting a recession, but they’re helping BofA out big time.
Is this what...superiority feels like?
BriMo would like everyone to know that he might run a bank, but he fired an airline.
At least they can if they’re willing to drive to Cleveland or Columbus.
One of these two just beat the other at something, and what even is this life?
When it comes to parenting clients around cryptos, BriMo is not taking "I'd rather you try it here" approach.
If BriMo likes his stock buybacks, can't we just let him?
It has fewer Irish people than Boston, but BriMo is gonna love it.
Bank of America chairman (and CEO) has a little something to say about potential bank breakups.
Refusing to bundle subprime auto loans doesn't make you saint.