It's Getting Hard To Remember When Bill Ackman Wasn't A Golden God Of Finance
The Ackmanaissance is raging on into 2019.
Steve Cohen Would Prefer A Lockup Period Of Forever, But He'll Settle For Three Years
Stamford Harbor is not offering any sorry-about-that-whole-insider-trading-thing discounts.
Bill Ackman Not Doing As Bad This Year As You Might Expect
It’s practically an annus mirabilis for Pershing Square.
Cristina Kirchner Not Done Torpedoing Argentine Economy
The mere thought of the former Argentine president has investors running for the hills.
After Surveying A World Plunged Into Perpetual Chaos And Fear Jon Corzine Decides To Start Managing Money Again
Because when nothing makes sense, anyone can do fucking anything.
Steve Cohen Still Deciding If He'll Bury SEC HQ With T-Shirts Reading "Open For Biz, MFers" On 1/1/18
And if he'll get that soft American Apparel stuff or cheap out.
Sage Kelly, Who "Never Defecated Or Urinated In Bed On The Floor Or On A Wall," Lands New Gig
The Jefferies alum is back, baby.
Steve Cohen Acts Like He Hasn't Already Booked Marching Bands, Floats, Taylor Swift For January 1, 2018
...not to mention, the permits for a victory lap through downtown Stamford.
Goldman Executive Who Abandoned Bank To Become A Rancher Named CEO Of TPG
Goldman Sachs co-president turned cowboy Jon Winkelreid is back.
Phil Falcone Didn't Battle His Way To The Top Bunk To Sit On The Side Lines
He's gonna show ALL OF YOU.
Here Are Some Words That Recently Exited Dick Fuld's Mouth
"Great Wall Street bank," "27,000 risk managers," "success."
You Haven't Seen The Last Of Vikram Pandit
Perhaps, you thought, that the day Vikram Pandit was abruptly and unceremoniously fired from Citigroup was the end. That we'd lost him for good. That he'd retreat to the his Upper West Side manse and spend his days beefing up his Odd Couple memorabilia collection, or work on that novel about a love that dare not speak its name between a bank CEO and the analyst who only acted like she hated him, or build that Zen garden he'd always wanted that the fucks at Citi never let him have. That he was finished with Wall Street. Well fret not. Uncle Vik wouldn't never do that to you.
Ken Lewis Is A Movie Producer Now*
If it feels like it's been forever since we've heard from Ken Lewis it's because it has. Following his retirement in 2009, the former Bank of America CEO went underground to do some soul-searching. To figure out what made Kenneth D. Lewis tick. Did he want to want to be a CEO of another company? Did he want to get involved in another industry entirely? Did he want to grow a beard again? Did he want to be a shepherd? These are the questions that needed answers and today, finally, we've got some. No word on the beard but it appears that for now, Lewis is staying away from Wall Street and pursuing another passion: the movie business.