The Wall Street Journal's 'Heard on the Street' column reports that senior Credit Suisse bankers, grounded by the ash which has stopped air traffic over much of Europe, are being forced to travel 15 hours in a coach if they need to make the journey from London to Zurich (or vice versa).
Here's a couple of comments former Lehman Brothers CEO Richard Fuld made to the US House Finances Committee Tuesday.
Here's a few more sound bites about the Goldman fraud charge saga.
Dow Jones Newswires reports that Charles Noski, Bank of America's new CFO, is to receive an annual comp package of some $8m, together with a $500,000 signing-on fee.
Dealbreaker reminds us of a story that was circulating in The Wall Street Journal a few months back that a London-based trader was talking big in Davos in January, busy accepting bets to support his view that Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein would quit within 2 years.
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We asked you what you thought was behind the Securities and Exchange Commission's decision to charge Goldman Sachs with fraud.
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Here's a gem from The Wall Street Journal.