More fun and games.
Bloomberg TV anchor Erik Schatzker spoke with Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein Wednesday.
No real surprise here.
Stephen Hester, Chief Executive of Royal Bank of Scotland, said it was 'uncomfortable' to work at the bailed-out bank, and suggested the government's 82% stake in the bank was slowing down its recovery.
Another day, another fraud.
The Securities and Exchange Commission has announced a settlement in a $32m insider trading case filed by the agency last year against a corporate attorney and a Wall Street trader.
Let the force be with them, as they poach and counter-poach.
All round, not too bad though.
You might have assumed that Royal Bank of Scotland's management had bigger things to worry about than the volatility of the bank's share price - like how to get the price permanently higher, as opposed to less frisky when viewed on a day-by-day basis.
Before the Liberal Democrat leadership is tempted to join in another coalition with the Conservatives, it should consider fully the risks attendant in agreeing to a referendum on EU membership in 2017.
Bank of America on Monday announced it will allow shareholders to vote on a change in bylaws that gave Brian Moynihan the duel role of CEO and chairman.
Rail giant BNSF Railway was Berkshire Hathaway's biggest purchase ever in 2010 at $34 billion, and is currently the largest entity in its portfolio to date. So is there a lot of pressure to perform when you're reporting to Warren Buffett himself ?