You don’t want to be the guy who strikes a deal days before Muddy Waters, uh, strikes.
The former AIG CEO is too blinded by hatred and rage to see any similarities between himself and the libidinous former governor.
Never trust a South Florida money manager without an ex-wife and BMW. Or one with them, apparently.
Nikola may have no revenue, but it does have subpoenas.
Litigation promises to be much more lucrative than whatever it was NS8 pretended to be doing.
Dean Mustaphalli knows what we’re talking about.
Luckily for David Solomon, Bill Barr is super-busy destroying democracy these days.
And like some of their bad apple brethren are thusly former Wells Fargo employees now.
If they’d just unfreeze those assets, his little bro would quickly get them back to his alleged victims, he’s pretty sure.
From meat mislabeling to a guy named Heckler cold-calling Ponzi scheme victims, it’s been a delightful month on Long Island.
That’s how it’s supposed to work, right?
Nikola’s Trevor Milton isn’t successful enough to be able to make potentially untrue statements about his company on Twitter willy-nilly.
Just a thought, unless you’d like your actual money to buy someone else a Ferrari.
Jamie Dimon’s not proud of it, but there it is.
A presumably defrauded Hells Angel wants me to meet him in Switzerland. What, you think I shouldn’t go?
Luckily for (at least) one convicted hedge fund fraudster.
Sure, the final version was way more damning to the hedge fund managers it helped send to jail, but, like, pretty please?
While prosecutors are having a look around the place, you never know what might turn up.
Pity Todd Ficeto, for he is an American citizen. And also for the whole going to jail during the whole coronavirus thing.
Chances are, he’s done it before—and those people didn’t get their $1 million a week, either.
The inevitable Deutsche Bank-Wirecard hookup is nearly here.
The real winner here is John Roberts, who made everyone happy. Except Clarence Thomas.
When the going gets tough, those in a tough spot cheat, according to eager lawyers.