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  • Giants, Jets seek naming rights deal in difficult climate

     
    Speaking of naming rights (see post below about Citi Field) . . . after asking Rob Vogel - president of the sports-marketing firm The Bonham Group - Monday about the Citigroup situation, I threw in a question about something I......
  • Citigroup reaffirms its Citi Field naming sponsorship

     
    The second item in my Tuesday newspaper column concerns the ongoing difficulties at Citigroup and how that might affect the $400-million deal to slap its name atop the Mets' new ballyard. In it Citi reaffirms its commitment in the wake......
  • Citigroup takes U.S. money, pays money to Mets

     
    I thought about writing a column for Tuesday about Citigroup's $20 million per year naming rights deal with the Mets, which still is in place despite 52,000 pending layoffs and now a government bailout. I changed my mind and decided......
  • Monday Morning Auto Bailout Update

     
    It???s that time again: A new news cycle, and plenty of tidbits on the possible bailout of the Detroit Three automakers. Chances are still slim the government will act before the new year, but that???s not stopping the media from......
  • Bush: Iraq war 'a do-over I can't do'

     
    by Mark Silva President Bush, who has occasionally lamented that he regrets some of the tough talk he uttered in the war on terror - terms such as "dead or alive'' or "bring 'em on'' - also allows that the......
  • Money: The greedy Mr. Thain, the rapacious Mr. Zell

     
    Merrill Lynch CEO John Thain, whose company lost $11 billion and got taken over, has decided on second thought to withdraw his request for a $10 million bonus which we wrote about yesterday. He was blasted by, among others,......
  • Madoff-SEC's very cozy tie?

     
    by Frank James The Bernard Madoff affair in which many wealthy people were allegedly scammed in a Ponzi scheme that may have cost investors $50 billion just gets stranger by the day, doesn't it? Now it turns out a Securities......
  • Obama: The best and the brightest?

     
    In a story this morning that was later confirmed, the NYTimes reported that Sen. Clinton is hiring two top deputies at the State Department -- one of them Jacob Lew (left), a former Clinton budget director and current Citibank......
  • Obama's inaugural: $27 million, counting

     
    by Mark Silva The private fundraising for President-elect Barack Obama's inauguration -- $27 million and counting - is nearing the $40 million raised for each of President Bush's two big shows. And some of the biggest donors are no strangers:......
  • Citigroup to support mortgage relief plan

     
    by James Oliphant Senate leaders will announce Thursday an agreement with Citigroup in which the financial giant will throw its support behind legislation that allows homeowners in bankruptcy to modify the terms of their mortgages. The provision has...
  • Citibank: Chuck's Fourth Branch of government?

     
    Sen. Schumer, when he was not deciding for the governor who should get NY's share of stimulus money yesterday, was busy negotiating with Citibank on a plan to give bankruptcy judges the power to give homeowners relief from foreclosure......