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.
Often, people will look at a high-profile example of corruption, and conclude that the egregious act is an exception to the rule. In reality, it might be the tip of the iceberg.
Women like Brooksley Born have a long history of being whistle-blowers in systems dominated by men. Perhaps this time Congress -- and the American people -- will listen.
The new pay regulations are ostensibly designed to try to align the financial incentives of managers with the longer-term performance of their firms. This measure reeks of bogus populism.
Banks' behavior demonstrates that their refusal to act responsibly is endless and that they certainly have not learned their lesson. We need a consumer finance agency to protect credit card holders.
Many know how natural it is to go ballistic when we realize we've been duped. When we lose our way, it is all too easy to place hopes for happiness onto the outer world, for fame, money, things.
American-style capitalism is the system that gives you pilots buying groceries with food stamps and sheriffs throwing families out of their homes. President Obama, it's time for a "new" New Deal.
Ronald Reagan governed over high unemployment numbers, and he was covered by a hyper-critical media. Yet today, most TV news outlets are giving President Obama a free pass on equally bleak statistics.
How is Citi going to pay the government back? One way is to find new, underhanded ways to get Visa cards into people's wallets.
Tonight, at the Venice Film Festival, I will premiere my new movie, "Capitalism: A Love Story." After 16 months of production, I am proud to present this work of mine to you. It is unlike anything you'll see this year.
If we don't learn from the botched bank bailout, we are in danger of getting the same patchwork, reform-in-name-only outcome on health care.
A new banner unfurled across Citibank's window depicts a man with a bowl cut. He is grinning manically. And he's perched atop a unicycle.
It's a crime story. But it's also a war story about class warfare. And a vampire movie, with the upper 1 percent feeding off the rest of us. And, of course, it's also a love story. Only it's about an abusive relationship.
The Obama administration's approach to trying to move the economy forward demonstrates a fundamental misunderstanding about how corporate behavior works.
For God's sake, let the company continue to mend and slowly work its way back to financial health without methods that are historically unhelpful to the stock value.