Then again, he says a lot of things.
Maybe not, but it’s Monday so we’re feeling optimistic.
You hedge fund guys have waited 10 years. What’s another couple of weeks or months or however long it takes two people under orders to do something to do it?
Turns out they just needed $187 billion and 10 years in time out, not any fundamental changes.
The new head of the Federal Housing Finance Agency suggests trying everything at once.
You will have them to kick around for the foreseeable future.
It's almost like he's not doing what he says he's gonna do.
Going forward, let's just assume that people aren't okay with this.
We've come so far, yet gone nowhere.
A 3% rate is great, but bad credit is even better. Happy 2006!
They're in a co-dependent relationship.
John Cryan just found a new IT guy.
It's not going to get away with "the most illegal act of scale" on Officer Ackman's watch.
Take this threat seriously, Rupert.
Come on, they only almost broke the economy that one time... Almost.