We asked a group of industry experts and watchdogs to tell us if they thought the government should leverage its stake in Citi to break up the bank -- and if so, how? Our new report provides some interesting answers to these fundamental questions.
As Bishop and Green say in their book, information is a powerful tool. It is hard to solve a problem if you do not know it exists in the first place.
It's either smooth sailing from this point out, or there's a nasty surprise waiting (on and off balance sheet). I invite readers to weigh in with their opinions.
What makes patent theft so attractive is that infringement is not a criminal act and those found guilty face no jail time. Paying up is the worst that can happen to the infringer.
Testifying today before the TARP Congressional Oversight Panel, Vikram Pandit claimed that Citigroup is on the side of the angels -- in this case, the side of real financial reform.
All of us know how the big Wall Street banks made a mess of Main Street. Now the banks are sticking it to the little guy in another way -- in the world of patents and intellectual property.
By Sarah Laskow, Media Consortium Blogger If you were to look out to the horizon of the clean energy field right now, you would see the hazy outlines ...
I was having coffee with a friend, who finally opened up and admitted she was in dire financial straits. Her features were equal parts relief and misery -- she had spoken to almost no one about this.
Healthy pride feeds our desire to create our own solutions -- and to send a strong message to mega-banks that we won't be their prey. That's why credit unions are a logical move.
There your money lays, wasting away as climbing inflation turns it to dust. Or at least whatever dust is worth. How much is that, exactly?
This is not a good time to assign responsibility for what happened and is happening in Haiti. People are too upset. But there is never a good time to assign responsibility.
The approach of looking to the roles, activities, sponsors, and networks of players--be they organized crime figures, politicians, experts, influencers, or some combination thereof--is today, more than ever, imperative.
I'm reading Andrew Ross Sorkin's Too Big to Fail, and it is making me sick.
I'm making real investment in fast trains that run where people live and want to go my wish for the New Year.
After a dismal day attempting to raise money for its TARP exit, Citigroup needed a boost. What might shine a brighter light on the fallen financial su...
Ask your neighbors over for a potluck Thanksgiving feast, just like the Pilgrims invited the Native Americans. Once you've enjoyed their delicious offerings, kill them and steal their possessions and property.