If you file for bankruptcy, you may lose everyone, but at least he or she will get nothing.
No, seriously: He actually needs it.
Which is to say, it has ended in litigation and a fire sale.
At least, one whistleblower attorney really hopes so.
He’s working hard to make life hard on tattletales right until the end.
The bank’s newfound wokeness has apparently failed to penetrate the legal department.
There’s no way to tell, which is just how Jay Clayton & co. like it.
Gut shareholder democracy? Check. Put a crimp in whistleblowing? Check.
Not bad for two year’s work, but it did take a long time to hit the old bank account.
It's pretty hard to keep an eye on potential tattle-tales when they're all working from home.
TCA Fund Management preferred the old, lazy, whistleblower-hating SEC.
Jay Clayton & co. have injected $64 million and counting into the economy.
When you threaten Harry Markopolos, Larry Culp, expect a disproportionate response.
These eight-figure checks don’t send the message, “we don’t care.”
If Danske Bank had been incorporated under British law, well, you’d probably never have heard of Danske Bank.
It’ll have to be worth at least $1.5 million to him.
The only way to be one and keep your job now is to take it to the SEC, thanks to the selfish a-holes at Digital Realty Trust.
You launch one little transatlantic vigilante anti-whisteblower crusade and look what happens.