Both of which are completely unnecessary for purpose, but apparently necessary to maintaining Wall Street’s culture or something.
David Rubenstein is cowering before a 'roided-out US dollar.
The apple falls approximately 230 miles from the tree.
There were some dark nights of the soul on the Sunset Strip.
If you had John Stumpf in the office "highest-paid U.S. bank CEO for 2012" pool, congratulations.
Profit, revenues, fees down. Compensation way up. The shadow government is not concerned.
Jimmy Lee, JPMorgan’s legendary dealmaker, just finished up CNBC’s new show, Strategy Session. Not only did he say the credit markets “are wide open,” but up to $10 billion in debt is now available for an LBO, provided it sits on top of about $5 billion in equity and is, of course, the right kind of company.