You know, those halcyon days of last week.
It’s cheap, it’s (somewhat) effective and it makes everyone happy (except for the people going to jail).
“Requests for information from the U.S. Department of Justice in connection with a criminal investigation” bad.
There have been some whispers.
How badly did the Ack-Man need this inevitable piece of news?
Getting fired by the president might be the best thing that ever happened to Preet Bharara.
On today's episode of "Waking Nightmare or Daily Life at Deutsche Bank?"!
Rumors has it things are still shaky at Deutsche.
Damning document from 2013 breathes new life into #DraftDimon movement.
John Cryan is buying himself a ticket out of regulatory purgatory for Christmas.
Free at last, free at last! Thank political inertia almighty, Angelo Mozilo is free at last!
Hmm...we're not seeing a lot of hands...
Once again, the DOJ is being deeply uncool about - like - everything.
Lloyd and Co. are pretty much over listening to this broken record.
ValueAct Capital totally meant to mention that.
The saga of the Flash Crash patsy plays on apace.
Apparently spelling out the word 'broke' with stacks of cash while claiming bankruptcy is "potential evidence of serious misconduct."
The Justice Department is not impressed, tax nerds.
The next generation of Dick Fulds might wanna start quaking in their boots.