Seth Merrin is being sued for exhibiting a 1989-level of office horniness in a 2019 office setting.
Jamie Dimon's obsession with being the next JR Ewing is becoming difficult to ignore.
BriMo gets which way the wind is blowing.
Average comp is down 50% at 200 West Street, unless you're a robot, in which case, you're taking John Rogers' job.
The guy making $21 million a year is cutting costs by freezing pensions.
Jamie's people are relatively happy while Wells Fargo's people...work at Wells Fargo.
Tower Research Capital's Mark Gorton will become chairman and let a newly-formed board handle things going forward, like reportedly laying of 50 engineers.
Is Uber aware of permalancers?
The Deutsche Bank layoffs are going as well as we thought.
The Slipper King "fights" back on Twitter...likely needs a nap afterwards.
Due to new office policy, One Wells Fargo Center literally has The McSh!ts.
Buying a platform that sells new and used music equipment for $275 million is the kind of thing we used to be able to mock Etsy for...but they've ruined that for us.
How does Christian Sewing have 20K people left to lose?
The worst job in banking is officially available.
DJ D-Sol looking to spin way more ladies nights at 200 West St.
On the subject of 1MDB scandal, DJ D-Sol wants everyone to rest easy next week.
Meet the new boss, blaming the old boss!
BriMo would like everyone to know that he might run a bank, but he fired an airline.
"Austerity" must be a German word for "This is your home now, embrace the sadness."
David Solomon wants more Work-Turnt Life Balance at his new Goldman.
It's another "What? He Quit!" moment out in Newport Beach.
If Christian Sewing can't afford all these people, he definitely can't afford to give them paid vacations.