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Clayton Peterson, a ex-director at Mariner Energy, pleaded guilty to insider trading today in Federal District Court in Manhattan. The SEC dismissed their insider trading lawsuit against Rajat Gupta. He will still be sued in a NY Federal Court.

Bridgewater Associates want you to know they gave out $100 gift cards not $100 cash during campus recruiting at Dartmouth.

There’s a royal prince working at Deloitte as an analyst.

Deutsche executive claims mixed martial arts is beneficial to his banking career.

A Las Vegas Hooters Resort & Casino filed for bankruptcy protection earlier this week.

Goldman Sach’s clearing business experienced a glitch this morning because of high trading volumes.

Bank of America’s stock tumbled today after news the New York Attorney General would reject its $8.5 billion mortgage settlement with BlackRock, BNY Mellon, and PIMCO.

Some Citigroup employees got their bonus numbers yesterday.  They weren’t too happy apparently.

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