The Germans are alleged to not be taking ESG terribly seriously.
The little regulator that could has 10b5-1 plans, SPACs, Twitter, accounting and chief compliance officers in his sights.
All of Paulsboro may boycott its sandwiches, but Hometown International probably doesn’t care.
There’s something about him that just makes Swiss people uncomfortable, not that we have any idea what….
The board is saying "HSBC ya later!" to its still-brand-new CEO.
Congrats(?) to Christian Sewing.
Uber is sharpening the guillotine in advance of the Holder Report release.
Even Deutsche Bank is laughing at Wells Fargo right now.
Brett Barna capped off his weekend with a firing.
Ami Forte is not having this whole firing thing.
Turns out gambling at the office is not a great idea.
Jamie is not f@cking around with compliance these days.
Cheating on internal training exams: so hot right now.
If one considers being fired and likely blacklisted from the industry after less than 24 months on the job 'poorly'. Which one just might.
It'd really go a long way towards improving things around here. Just something to think about.
Don't "become involved in a detailed discussion of the facts".
Firing Watch '15: Barclays CEOs.
So that's an interesting way of doing things.
Add it to the now lengthy number of claims Michael Picarella can make against the bank.
Right now the plan is to hunt that employee down and (professionally) kill him.