The first time wasn’t voluntary, but the lawsuit against Netflix very much is.
It was a good year for Tiger Global’s Chase Coleman, which means it was a good year makers and sellers of designer goods, as well.
And then maybe a little longer if you like what you see. Which you probably won’t.
It won’t quite be “Dealbreaker: The Movie,” but we expect it will come close.
We actually almost feel bad for him.
Anchorage Capital appears to have forgotten that lawsuits are public record.
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Based on her time in the trenches.
The movie is quite possibly the most effective piece of anti-Wall Street propaganda ever made.
Shadowing the traders he studied for the role of Patrick Bateman was/is "disturbing."
Never before as a video about an impending economic disaster had such high production value.
Why are we still waiting for Adam Sandler to play a lovably immature bond analyst?
Several weeks back, Michael Douglas appeared in public service announcement shot by the FBI, in which he tells people that while they may have been taken by his character in Wall Street, that it's important to remember that that was just a movie and in real life, insider trading is wrong. Next up among actors who think roles they portrayed on the big screen contributed to the financial crisis is Richard Gere. Glamorizing being a corporate raider who made enough money to buy a hooker is his personal cross to bear. It was the modern-day fairytale that captivated hundreds of millions of film fans the world over. But it seems Pretty Woman holds nothing but regrets for its leading man, Richard Gere. While promoting his new financial thriller Arbitrage recently, the 62-year-old shared his scorn for the feelgood 1990 chick flick, telling Woman’s Day, “It’s my least favourite thing.” Richard adds, “People ask me about that movie, but I’ve forgotten it. That was a silly romantic comedy. This is a much more serious movie that has some real cause and effect.” Incredibly, the grumpy star also claims his Pretty Womancharacter Edward Lewis helped contribute to the global financial crisis, as he glorified greedy and selfish Wall Street types. “It made those guys seem dashing, which was so wrong,” Richard explains. Related, what's it gonna take to smoke Vin Diesel out of his hole? It's pretty obvious it was around the time his turn as senior broker in Boiler Room premiered that Dick Fuld ramped up the shit on Lehman Brothers balance sheet that ultimately took the firm down. Richard Gere: Pretty Woman Was Rubbish [WD via Dealbook]