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Last year Morgan Stanley’s CEO James Gorman flew all the way to China for a 20-minute meeting, and then flew straigh back.

International banks started evacuating staff out of Egypt last night.

Chelsea Clinton’s hedge fund hubby apparently quit his job right before the holidays and has been at Jackson Hole since.

Barai Capital, a hedge fund launched by an ex-Citi banker Samir Barai, was the fourth hedge fund raided by the FBI in connection to the insider trading probe. Until now its identity had been kept a secret.

In his interview last night with 60 Minutes, Julian Assange said he liked making all the banks “squirm” and that’s one of the reasons he’s yet to confirm which bank he’s targeting in his next document drop.

Bankers flew back from Davos early to be at the prestigious Alfalfa Club dinner on Saturday. This year’s s inductees included Jamie Dimon and Goldman partner John F.W. Rogers. Warren Buffett was also in attendance.

Louis Bacon, Moore Capital’s CEO, partied at the Google bash in Davos.

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Leaked naked photos of Rihanna are circulating again. These photos allegedly come from text messages she sent to an ex-boyfriend.

The government of Malawi is trying to make “breaking wind” a crime. They want to punish “persistent offenders ‘who foul the air’ in a bid to ‘mould responsible and disciplined citizens.'”

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