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Goldman CEO Lloyd Blankfein has agreed to testify as a government witness at Raj Rajaratnam’s criminal trial.

Editor of Vanity Fair, Graydon Carter, thinks Jamie “Dimon’s single greatest asset is that he doesn’t look like Dick Fuld.”

SAC Capital’s flagship fund rose 1.15% last month.

H. David Kotz, inspector general of the SEC, is investigating former general counsel David Becker’s role in the agency’s Bernard Madoff policies after Becker inherited profits from his parents’ investment with the ponzi schemer.

Vice Chairman Gary Lynch is leaving Morgan Stanley to “pursue other opportunities.”

The Deputy CEO of the Libyan Investment Authority, and a close friend of Colonel Qadaffi,  was “taken with glossy Wall Street names like Goldman Sachs” so much that when he was married in 2009 in Tripoli, he invited Steve Schwarzman.

We heard a rumour Ray Dalio’s son used to walk around town with a parrot on his shoulder — that town being Greenwich, Connecticut.

Convincted financial fraudster Hassan Nemazee, who stole more than $292 million from numerous banks, need to somehow repay his victims. One way? The Feds plan to sell his amazing 770 Park Avenue duplex, worth $25 million.

CEO Oswald Gruebel says he won’t take a bonus for 2010.

Northwestern University is at the centre of a media storm after a story about one of its unorthodox classes about sexuality.

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