The pandemic lockdown is at least partly to blame for that rather unfortunate instant message.
If GSA Capital can’t unsee Citadel’s code, can a judge?
Dilute existing shareholders, have huge block of shares sold, get called overvalued, see stock double, repeat.
Jim Justice may really need that $150,000 statehouse salary.
A tale as old as time. Or, at least, as old as this website.
Good news for hedge funds, bad news for skinflint banks.
Shull v. Sorkin is coming back to a courtroom near you (if you live in Manhattan), and to a livestream for everyone else.
What can he say? The guy just loves some cute and colorful bunting.
But at least he’s not going to jail for 18 months.
COVID-19 has shown Edward Bramson that life’s to short to deal with the likes of Jes Staley.
He just thinks, like, Twitter’s a great business on the right track, which is definitely something he says about lots of companies he’s invested in.
Which will also be virtual, natch.
And that place was an airplane hangar, of course.
Maybe because the SPAC cops are the only regulators left on a beat.
Gabe Plotkin’s comeback proves short-lived, much to Steve Cohen and Ken Griffin’s chagrin.
You know, when prosecutors really look at it.
Carl Icahn needs someone who can smell bad governance and also tolerate 99% humidity.