And the winner of our 'Fat Bankers' competition is Lee Johnson from The Royal Bank of Scotland (see before and after pics to the right).
Byron R. Wien, Vice Chairman, Blackstone Advisory Partners, has issued his list of The Ten Surprises for 2011.
The WSJ's Deal Journal column claim to have got a look at a client solicitation sent by Goldman to certain clients about an unidentified investment opportunity (which everyone clearly thinks is Facebook).
The Wall Street Journal reports that technical analysts over at Citi are predicting a tough time for the Dow Jones Industrial Average this year.
Here's Thomson Reuters 2010 Top 20 Worldwide M&A League Table for Legal Advisors.
We asked for fat bankers who wanted to get back into shape, and we got 63 of them. These were whittled down to 22, and now, after a vote-off in which over 10,000 people took part, we're down to just two.
It all started back in 2007, long before Facebook became part of our culture.
Bloomberg quotes Blackstone CEO Stephen Schwarzman who, when speaking recently about Bank of America CEO Brian Moynihan, said: 'Brian's got his hands totally full...He is in firefighter mode, dealing with fires that will be contained, but need attention'.
The Daily Mail reports that hedge fund icon John Paulson, the guy who pulled in $15bn in profits for his firm, Paulson & Co, in 2007/08 shorting the US housing market (and a cool $4bn for himself in the process), looks set for another $1bn plus personal payday for his work in 2010.
Uber, the taxi service that allows users to hail a ride using their smartphone, has been valued at more than $40bn (£25.5bn) after its latest funding round.
Fed up of getting lame gifts in your Christmas cracker ? That could all change if you have a spare £4m that is.
Ryanair shares soared after it reported booming business and upgraded its annual profit forecast, as the budget airline reaps the benefit of its more customer-friendly approach.