In fairness to them, the whole paying-Revlon’s-debt-early thing is incredibly funny.
And that doesn’t even take into account the QAnon guy.
It was a risk she could neither account for nor do anything about.
We suppose it’s the really the least they could do.
In other words, whose pretense will most successfully sway a judge.
That’s how it’s supposed to work, right?
The world’s fattest bank (in more ways than one) is preparing a crash diet.
Others need not apply. Or, they can, but expect that application to get lost in a mountain of paperwork.
But the Mooch hopes that, like his divorce, this split's not permanent.
Banks are willing to give it the money, for some reason.
Thanks for nothing, Wall Street.
It’s cheap, it’s (somewhat) effective and it makes everyone happy (except for the people going to jail).
Jamie's people are relatively happy while Wells Fargo's people...work at Wells Fargo.
Citi's background check situation is not...strong?
There’s always something to criticize at Bank of America.
John Dugan is the new chairman of the world's most boring megabank.
The very tall brothers’ timing leaves much to be desired.
John Gerspach is going to his reward.
Mark Zuckerberg wants to know your credit card balances. What could possibly go wrong?