Don't worry, Moody's says the shutdown is no big deal. Plus, Icahn, Boeing and Twitter investors all lined up to peg the dumbness meter.
BlackBerry jet-shops, a filmmaker is cast as a crook by the SEC, AIG's CEO Bob Benmosche puts his foot in his mouth and more.
Larry Summers is a drug deal gone wrong; Howard Schultz wimps out on guns; one-time Lehman president Joe Gregory is auctioning off some ill-gotten gain; and more.
This week we look at Carl Icahn's sour grapes, Rick's trying to cover its assets and walk down Memory Lane for the fifth anniversary of Lehman Brother's closing.
Gregg Greenberg revisits the best of the summer's '5 Dumbest,' starring Steve Cohen, Dan Loeb, Dell, J.C. Penney and more.
Shining a light on the anti-JPM conspiracy; GTx and FBN prove to be what we always knew they were; something wacky must be going on at Goldman; and more.
Obama's crime-fighters shoot themselves in the foot; Bill Ackman exits, stage left; Tim Armstrong wants us to accept his apology; airline insanity; and more.
Michael Dell raises the ante, the Grahams turn Bezos into Prince Charming, J.C. Penney shares take a dive and more.
Gregg Greenberg writes that Zynga loses, fertiilzers stink, Ackman's big mouth proves awkward and more.
Steve Cohen's time out, Samson sells its Furniture Brand shares, Khuzami returns to the world of wealth, menthol as a gateway drug and more.