Daily Archives: April 13, 2023, 8:23 am

Evan Gotlob Brings His Perspective as a Former Federal Prosecutor to Saul Ewing’s White Collar & Government Enforcement Practice | Saul Ewing LLP

In joining Saul Ewing as a new partner, Evan Gotlob will draw on his experience as a former Assistant U.S. Attorney to represent clients who are facing government investigations and enforcement actions involving white collar crimes. He is resident in the Boston office, and will also work out of the New York and Philadelphia offices. Source: Evan Gotlob Brings His…

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Berkshire Hathaway’s Warren Buffett Calls Bitcoin a ‘Gambling Token’

Billionaire investor Warren Buffett described bitcoin (BTC) as a “gambling token” in an interview with CNBC on Wednesday. Echoing the dour opinion of the cryptocurrency that he has aired in the past, the Berkshire Hathaway (BRK.A) chairman and CEO said bitcoin “doesn’t have any intrinsic value … but that doesn’t stop people from wanting to play the roulette wheel.” Commenting…

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FTX – Bloomberg

I wrote on Monday that Ray “was hired as the CEO of FTX to put it into bankruptcy, to steer it through bankruptcy, and to maximize recovery for FTX’s customers and other creditors, and he has spent a lot of his time publishing gleeful reports about how bad everything at FTX is and how incompetent and criminal its former managers,…

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JPMorgan orders managing directors back to office five days a week: ‘Lead by example’

JPMorgan Chase has ordered its managing directors “to lead by example” by returning to their desks five days a week – and warned of consequences for lower-level employees that fall short of the firm’s less stringent attendance requirements, according to a recent memo obtained by The Post. The Wall Street titan’s operating committee detailed its new requirement while stressing the…

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