Here's a quick note of the firms which have been dragged into the insider trading probe which is the big news on Wall Street this week.
And the answer is...
Can you work out who I am ?
Here's a few items from '500 Of The Most Witty, Acerbic & Erudite Things Ever Said About Money', published by Harriman House.
Here's something profound from Todd Harrison, founder and CEO of minyanville.com, on the subject of insider trading.
Here's the round up of the popular '60 Second Interviews' in order of the most hits.
It's one of Wall Street's biggest nightmares - speculation that a huge insider trading scandal is about to hit hedge funds, brokers, investment banks, and US mutual funds.
The Friday Project announces one of the most unusual books to be published this year, You Can Stick It by PK Munroe.
Dominic Chu is a New York City-based markets desk reporter for Bloomberg Television.
Citi and Wells Fargo have agreed to settle their spat over Wachovia, coming to a settlement which requires Wells to pay $100m to Citi to resolve 'all claims related to this dispute'.
Actor William Shatner told CNBC he was bored by boardroom battles, like the one between Silicon Valley pioneer Mark Andreessen and activist investor Carl Ichan.
UBS hired Kevin Lecocq as its global head of products in asset management, a new position, as the firm revamps the unit to boost profitability.
Former Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke took the stand in the American International Group bailout trial Thursday afternoon appearing slightly combative and vaguely annoyed at having to testify.