So far, one group has been fairly quiet, if the point is to address the undue political clout and financial power -- to say nothing of economic risk -- now manifest in our leading banks. It is the voice of the American banker.
The only question I demand the answer to is, 'How do I make it stop?'
There's smart everything now -- smartphones, smart tablets, even smart refrigerators that remind you that you're out of milk. But one product remains determinedly low-tech: plastic. Until now.
Tomorrow, thousands of New Yorkers will be hitting the streets of lower Manhattan for a historic day of teach-ins and marches. Their message: No more...
This Monday, April 18th, is Tax Day -- and that's the day when "we the people" will demand our country back from these corporations in events all across the country.
Citigroup just sent me its annual statement and ballot to vote on suggestions from its Board of Directors, which, among other things, extends its flirtation with a reverse split that began two years ago.
South-by-Southwest's Interactive sessions in Austin, TX are a major creative and customer-focused experience. The amount of networking that is taking ...
2010 was a bumper year for innovations in the banking and payments space. Here are some of the top innovations.
If you can't afford to dig too deep -- and who can? -- consider using one of these cards to save a little money.
Have you seen the news stories about the sexy Citibank beauty who claims she was discriminated against and fired because she distracted her male cowor...
Just four weeks until the midterm elections and I'm starting to feel that maybe, just maybe, Democrats will prevent an All Souls Day Massacre. And if the Dems escape death's door, they had better not let this nonsense happen again.
Citi reminds me of the old Soviet Union, a massive bureaucracy run by people who thought they were smarter than the free markets.
When you steal a lot of money, you go to jail. Obama doesn't just need tough talk for Wall Street, he needs to prosecute the frauds that were committed, and explain them to the American people.
When bankers think they can get away with rampant fraud and get paid very well to do it, they'll do it. Robert Rubin's best defense is that he really isn't all that bright -- he's either an idiot or a criminal.
J.D. Power and Associates recently released their 2010 U.S. Credit Card Satisfaction Study, an annual tradition of theirs that is meant to give us an inside look at how consumers perceive the different credit card companies.
Laws are only as good as the regulators who enforce them. If the SEC believes in the charges it brought against Citi executives, it should be working with prosecutors to pursue a criminal case.