The New York Post reports that Patricia Cohen, the ex-wife of SAC Capital founder Steven, has filed a new lawsuit against her former spouse (who she divorced some 20 years ago), claiming that she is due 'a substantial, if not controlling interest' in his $13bn empire.
Here's the testimony by former Citi executive Robert E. Rubin before the Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission Thursday
Here's the testimony of Charles Prince, former Chairman and CEO of Citigroup Inc. before the Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission Thursday.
Here's the testimony of former Citi exec Richard M. Bowen, which was presented to the Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission Hearing on Subprime Lending And Securitization And Government Sponsored Enterprises Wednesday.
Here's Goldman's 2009 letter to shareholders.
Harris Interactive has released its 2009 list of the reputation ranking of the top 60 US most visible companies.
Here's Thomson Reuters Q1 Worldwide Legal M&A League Table.
Bloomberg reports that former employees at the likes of Bear Stearns, Lehman Brothers, Merrill Lynch and Morgan Stanley slept under blankets on the sidewalk outside Trump Tower in New York last week, as they hoped to be chosen as one of the 14 contestants for Trump's next Apprentice season.
The Financial Times reports that Morgan Stanley is thought likely to take a loss of around $1bn on a 'troubled' Atlantic City casino project.
European M&A in the first quarter totaled $199.7bn, recording the third consecutive year of decline in first quarter activity since the peak of $438.3bn reached during the first three months of 2007.