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Denny’s Creates Special Breakfast For The 1% — Costs $300

Denny’s Creates Special Breakfast For The 1% — Costs $300

The Denny’s that opened Friday in New York City’s Financial District offers a $300 version of its well-known Grand Slam wakeup — complete with a bottle of 2004 Dom Perignon Premier Cru Champagne. Looks like Wall Street and the 1% have a new “power” breakfast. The breakfast, fit for a king, is called the “Grand […]

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Over Confidence – Dangerous and Contangious

Over Confidence – Dangerous and Contangious

If you have ever heard or seen clips of conservative radio host Rush Limbaugh ranting on about how the President is “going to lead a war on traditional marriage,” or the like, then you have probably noticed that most things he says are senseless. But he’s got spunk, and various studies have shown that you […]

Holder’s Bold Claim Against Big Banks: ‘There is no such thing as TOO BIG TOO JAIL’
By May 6, 2014 0 Comments Read More →

Holder’s Bold Claim Against Big Banks: ‘There is no such thing as TOO BIG TOO JAIL’

U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder has made a bold assertion, somewhat surprising for the U.S. Justice Department. In the coming weeks, Holder claims that the U.S. Justice Department will be pursuing criminal investigations of financial institutions that could result in action soon. He added that that no company is “too big to jail,” playing on […]

NYC Trader Suicide Makes 11th This Year
By March 24, 2014 0 Comments Read More →

NYC Trader Suicide Makes 11th This Year

After numerous reports of financial heavyweights winding up dead, under mysterious or suspicious circumstances, the financial world has been rocked by yet another “suicide” recently. A New York City trader was recently said to have ended his life by jumping in front of an oncoming train last Tuesday morning around 6 a.m. The incident occurred at […]

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Now FIFTH Bankers In Two Weeks Found Dead, Ruled ‘Suicide’ by Nail Gun
By February 11, 2014 4 Comments Read More →

Now FIFTH Bankers In Two Weeks Found Dead, Ruled ‘Suicide’ by Nail Gun

Last week we reported on the bizarre deaths of four major international bankers within less than a week. Now a fifth has joined them, and police are once again ruling it a suicide. Richard Talley, 57, the founder and CEO of American Title Services in Centennial, Colorado, has reportedly committed suicide by shooting himself in the […]

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