For now, it’s just an accusation of being a serial rapist.
Of course, neither that plan nor the larger bill of which it is a part is going anywhere, but it’s nice to know all the same.
Fear of Elliott is now a valid basis for a legal claim.
We’re not quite at “You can’t handle the truth!” yet but we’re getting there.
This is Goldman Sachs, though: No SPAC b******t.
Allegedly. What I can tell you from on-the-ground reporting is that it is also very, very hot in a literal sense.
GPB Capital needs cash and if (alleged) Ponzi schemes are out, an auto-dealership fire sale will have to do.
What are “best friends” for, after all?
The youth aren’t interested in living in gilded veal cages.
His generosity is definitely not about covering up rape.
And make a small fortune while you’re at it.
‘Twas the decline of the equity long-short model, not the death of fundamental analysis, that killed White Square Capital.
You needn’t so much as leave your heart in San Francisco to keep getting paid.
Now, they share an experience of legal trouble around their exploits.
A tale as old as time. Or, at least, as old as this website.
The first time wasn’t voluntary, but the lawsuit against Netflix very much is.
And Jay Clayton gets to be called “Mr. Chairman” again.
It doesn’t sound like Merrick Garland is looking as kindly on the GPB boys as Bill Barr.
The rock of respectability has rolled back down the Alps.
You mean to tell me that SoftBank and the Swiss joined forces to back a loser?