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Rajat Gupta got the SEC to drop their insider trading lawsuit against him by going on the offensive.

Someone thinks the UBS investment bank is screwed.

CNBC’s Darren Rovel sings the national anthem at a Tampa Bay Rays game.

Meredith Whitney was apparently right with her Goldman prediction, so will she be right about muni bonds?

Tim Geithner apparently jokes about how the White House has an ankle bracelet on him.

Bankers in London try to avoid layoffs the fun way: drinking and pretending to stay busy.

In a divorce case involving prominent financier, Henry R. Silverman, Judge Drager wrote that the psychologists’ reports, “in purporting to prove that the success of the business could be attributed solely to the husband’s innate genius,” would not help her divide the couple’s $450 million in assets.

IMF chief Christine Lagarde is being investigated by French courts for helping a businessman who lost his yacht get a $400 million state-financed pay out.

Meet the 15 year old UK girl who is the world champion of excel spread sheets.

Phil Falcone on CNBC today said he isn’t worried about today’s market crash.  He also accused AT&T and Verizon Communications of interfering with LightSquared.

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