So Jim Gorman wants to turn Morgan Stanley into Schwab.
Who says this country suffers from systemic racism?
I mean, sure, a 50% jump in profits seems great, but he wouldn’t want to set expectations too high.
But not without delivering another, posthumous “F.U.” to the late former Fed chief.
That has to be the explanation for her firing, right?
These words mean different, diametrically opposite things in Jim Gorman’s homeland.
There will be no banking intern vomit on Stone Street this year.
Global pandemics are what Jim Gorman’s pessimism was made for.
You like what you like, and Jim Gorman really likes that talking baby.
Thanks for nothing, Wall Street.
1,200 of you are on the market this holiday season to make the CEO feel a little better.
Ami Forte will have to find other ways of getting into elderly rich guys’ pants.
Certain bankers might wish to avoid entering any Saudi diplomatic posts for the time being.
No, James Gorman isn’t any more interested in hearing about how great retail banks are doing, either, thank you.
The Morgan Stanley CEO tells CNBC that the president is acting like a total bogan, yeah?
Can one properly pre-gauge the sucking bafflement in a $1 billion loss on $4 billion in revenue?
Tech IPOs are truly a new frontier in logical reasoning.
Morgan Stanley's Adam Jonas is the Judas Iscariot of Muskism.
If an underwriter is using a naked short to sell you insurance on an IPO and you still buy into it, you might be too dumb to have money.
Former apostle Adam Jonas has downgraded Tesla four times, and the rooster has not yet crowed.