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  • Some rapid-fire thoughts on the Mets ...

     
    With my colleague Anthony Rieber filling in for me this week, I took the easy way out with this blog entry and simply reprinted his on-line column for today. There's plenty of Mets stuff to chew on this morning. SO......
  • Citigroup cancels $50 million jet deal

     
    by Frank James Responding to rising outrage over reports that it was going to take delivery of a $50 million, 12-passenger jet, Citigroup said this morning that it is canceling the jet order, period, end of story. "We have no......
  • Citigroup hits turbulence for $50 mill. jet

     
    by Frank James Memo to Citigroup: You might want to get your crisis-management people cranked up because Washington is up in arms about reports that the troubled financial-services giant which received a $45 billion federal bailout still intends to take.....
  • Bank lending drops. So what's Plan B?

     
    by Frank James Evidence is mounting that the federal government has been pushing on a string when it comes to trying to free up lending by throwing money at the nation's largest banks. The Wall Street Journal reports that bank......
  • Citigroup: No TARP funds used for jet

     
    by Frank James In a Monday post, I wrote that Citigroup had better have a good explanation for Congress for the company;s controversial deicision to accept delivery of a $50 million corporate jet after receiving $45 billion in taxpayer bailout......
  • Report says Citigroup exploring breaking from Mets

     
    With Wally Matthews and Anthony Rieber breathing down its neck, Citigroup reportedly is pondering the possibility of backing out of its naming rights deal with the Mets. So sayeth The Wall Street Journal. UPDATE: Citigroup says the deal still is......
  • Banks cutting air-fleet, Vegas junket

     
    by Mark Silva Two eye-catchers: Bank of America is selling "some of its corporate aircraft'' - scaling back the institution's fleet of nine - including "the Merrill Lynch helicopter.'' Wells Fargo, which has collected $25 billion in federal bailout...
  • Obama: Executive excess 'bad strategy'

     
    by Jim Puzzanghera and Christi Parsons President Barack Obama this morning unveiled new restrictions on pay for executives at financial institutions receiving federal bailout money, slamming corporate leaders for "narrow self interest" in enriching...
  • Citi Field, Manny and Nutty Buddies

     
    Sorry for the lack of posts lately, but I'm getting my affairs in order this week before heading down to Port St. Lucie. And here's where I'm going the extra mile for my loyal blog readers: While pitchers and catchers......
  • Should companies with naming rights deals also be getting bailouts?

     
    Citigroup???s $400 million naming rights deal for the new New York Mets ballpark has gotten the attention of members of Congress. After all, the banking giant is receiving $45 billion in federal bailout money through the government???s Troubled Asset...
  • Obama's pay limits: Read the fine print

     
    Obama's proposed $500K limit on executive compensation at bailed out Wall Street firms seems to be less than meets the eye: 1. It won't be retroactive, and seems to imply that Obama won't go after the Wall Street recipients......