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JPM Honcho Dimon may be cancer free, but he's a tumor on the body politic

From here:

To see Dimon interacting with lawmakers is a surreal experience: they don’t just smile, they fawn and swoon and lose their senses. Whether it is Dimon’s riches, his power or his wardrobe, one can’t shake the feeling that the rumpled men of Congress, fighting it out in the swampy muck of politics, regard Dimon as the person they’d like to be reincarnated as.

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Hilary Clinton: Of the (millionaire) people, for the (millionaire) people

From CNBC here:

Millionaires are sharply divided on their choice for the next President of the U.S., according to the second CNBC Millionaire Survey released today.

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File this under No Shit Sherlock

Headline from Business Insider:

Black Friday Revealed How Poor Americans Really Are

Our fabulous business class thought it would be great to bust all the unions and ship all the good jobs overseas.

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Slitting Black Friday's throat

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Black Friday weekend shopping disappointed retailers with an 11 percent decline in sales. Consumers spent $50.9 billion over the past four days, a marked drop from the $57.4 billion over the same period last year.

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That's right, Ray Rice more honest than Piece of Shit Commish Goodell

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Oddly enough, a case can be made that the one person who acted somewhat honorably in this whole mess was the twisted guy committing the crime: Ray Rice. 147 more words

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Death to Black Friday!

There is way too much time and energy being poured into this orgy of meaningless, discounted consumption and nothing is going to change until a lot of folks denounce Black Friday. 27 more words

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Super Pumpedness = Disease = Sociopathy!

Earlier this week I put up a list of personality traits that the next Internet Death Star Uber looks for in their employees.  The last characteristic is ‘super pumpedness’. 99 more words

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