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  • In Pictures Worst movie bosses

    Portrayed by Gary Cole in Mike Judge's 1999 cult hit 'Office Space,' Initech's bland and non-confrontational Vice President Bill Lumbergh (l.) perfectly captured the soullessness of the modern office.

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  • Government shutdown: White House meeting with lawmakers goes nowhere (+video)

    Both sides appeared unmoved after the White House attempt to end the government shutdown. Republicans insist federal funding be tied to changes in Obamacare. Democrats say they won’t budge.

  • Jamie Dimon fields Congress questions on $2B trading loss

    Jamie Dimon, the embattled JPMorgan Chase CEO, returns to Congress Tuesday to face more questions about the $2 billion trading loss incurred by the bank. Jamie Dimon is testifying before the House Financial Services Committee.

  • JPMorgan Chase: Loss to force three executives to resign?

    JPMorgan Chase loss of $2 billion has caused Chief Investment Officer Drew to tender her resignation, a source says. Two of her subordinates involved in the JPMorgan Chase loss are also expected to resign.

  • Volcker rule gets SEC backing

    Volcker rule gets SEC backing

    Volcker rule: The proposed ban on banks trading for their own profit got support from the SEC. The Volcker rule is part of the Dodd-Frank financial regulation overhaul.

  • In Pictures Worst movie bosses

    Portrayed by Gary Cole in Mike Judge's 1999 cult hit 'Office Space,' Initech's bland and non-confrontational Vice President Bill Lumbergh (l.) perfectly captured the soullessness of the modern office.

  • Too big not to despise

    The Reformed Broker Too big not to despise

    Statistics about the largest financial institutions' earnings make it hard to like them

  • Top 5 insider trading convictions

    Top 5 insider trading convictions

    Raj Rajaratnam, a wildly successful hedge fund manager, was sentenced and fined Oct. 13 on fraud and conspiracy counts for using insider information to make more than $50 million. Prosecutors called it the largest insider-trading case ever for a hedge fund. So how does his conviction stack up against other insider traders in the United States who were found guilty? Here's a look at the Top 5 convicted insider traders:

  • Dhobi Ghat (Mumbai Diaries): movie review

    'Dhobi Ghat' ('Mumbai Diaries') is an amalgam of soap opera and street-level realism.

  • Gallery CEO exits

    LEHMAN BROTHERS - RICHARD FULD: Under Mr. Fuld’s leadership at Lehman, the company underwrote more mortgage-backed securities in 2006-07 than any other firm. The housing market crash showed Lehman's exposure to these high-risk financial instruments and the firm began to lose money. Fuld refused offers to sell, and the Treasury Department did not engineer a rescue, as it did for another investment bank. Lehman's bankruptcy in late 2008 also ended Fuld's job. Code Pink protesters hold up signs as Fuld testifies at a House Oversight and Government Reform Committee hearing in October 2008.

  • Chelsea Clinton wedding ceremony to be in upstate New York village

    Chelsea Clinton wedding ceremony to be in upstate New York village

    Chelsea Clinton will marry fiance Marc Mezvinksy in Rhinebeck, New York, on July 31.