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Greg Smith Book Passage Similar to Bloomberg Article
Not only is Greg Smith’s tell-all book, “Why I Left Goldman Sachs: A Wall Street Story,” said to be a bit of a snooze, he may also have lifted parts of it from a Bloomberg story. In the book, he expands on his theme that the...
Golden Globes 2012: A List of the Winners
FILM CATERGORIES Motion Picture, Drama The Descendants The Help Hugo The Ides of March Moneyball War Horse Best Director – Motion Picture Martin Scorsese, Hugo Woody Allen, Midnight in Paris George Clooney, The Ides of March Michel Hazanvicius, The Artist Alexander Payne, The Descendants Best
Screen Actors Guild Nominations Announced
Nominations for the 18th annual Screen Actors Guild Awards were announced Wednesday morning, and popular comedy “Bridesmaids” scored nods for star Melissa McCarthy and outstanding performance by a cast. As expected, George Clooney, Brad Pitt and Leonardo Dicaprio all received nominations for best
'Mad Men' Scores Big at Primetime Emmy Nominations
Television academy. Hollywood California. It's okay. Good morning. I'm John schaeffler chairman and CEO of the academy of television arts and sciences. Welcome to the 63. Primetime Emmy Awards nomination announcements. Television has always been at the forefront of innovation and creativity in this
First Monday: What's on tap this month on TV and in movies and books
Calendar May 6: April employment and unemployment report. May 11: Senate Judiciary panel hearings on proposed AT&T/T-Mobile merger. May 17: JPMorgan Chase holds its annual shareholders meeting in Columbus, Ohio. May 19: McDonald's holds its annual shareholders meeting in Oak Brook, lll. May 25:
2011 Predictions: Your Job, Home and 401K
Return to the economy and new questions about the new year we had a number of conflicting signals again this week with stock market chugging along but new housing numbers Some 2011 could be worst in point ten and here to help us make sense of all draw on the wisdom of our friend Andrew Ross Sorkin.
President Obama in Ohio: 'There Will Be More Fights in the Days Ahead'
Invoking some of the populist fervor that propelled him to the presidency, President Obama today defended his economic agenda and vowed to continue fighting for "meaningful health insurance reforms" and his banking reform proposals. Speaking at a town hall in Lorain, Ohio, Obama addressed some of
President Obama's Rough Week: Jobs, Wall Street, Health Care Loom Over White House
It may very well be one of the roughest weeks of the Obama presidency. Amid disappointing jobs figures, speculation that Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke may not be reconfirmed and Democrats' losing Ted Kennedy's Senate seat in Massachusetts to Republican Scott Brown , President Obama has
Jamie Dimon on Bank Fees: Stop Vilifying Us!
Author Andrew Ross Sorkin Tells 'Good Morning America' Bankers 'Blindsided' by Potential White House Fees
Bonuses in the Age of Job Loss
Banks prepare to hand out bonuses as Americans struggle with high unemployment.