Posts Tagged ‘finance’

Full Disclosure

January 21, 2009

Jeff Matthews Is Not Making This Up

Jeff Matthews, the  Connecticut-based author and investment advisor, has the best ever title for a blog. He also can be prescient.  Yesterday he wondered why the SEC was ignoring Apple Computer’s non-disclosure of the health problems of Steve Jobs. Today, it appears the SEC will investigate.

Matthews has been entertainingly analysing Wall Street’s best (he’s just published a book about Warren Buffett) and the worst (his blog entries on almost everyone else) since 2005.

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Embarrassment of Riches

January 16, 2009

The Five Dumbest Things on Wall Street This Week

On Fridays, TheStreet.com‘s Gregg Greenberg rates the most egregious examples of greed, arrogance and stupidity in the world of business and finance. This week‘s crop of low-hanging fruit is so abundant he has to double up–putting Bank of America’s Ken Lewis and Apple’s Steve Jobs in the same item. He goes on to list Mrs. Bernard Madoff’s jewels, Lennar’s lawsuit, Bob Rubin’s resignation from Citibank and Price Waterhouse’s performance with Satyam.

Mr. Greenberg has an easy job these days.