Bye, Bye, Bernanke

Bernanke To Retire At The End Of His Term Steve Dibert, MFI-Miami Yes, after nearly six tumultuous years after becoming Chairman of the Federal Reserve, Ben Bernanke is telling close friends that he will be stepping down when his term is up at the end of January 2014. According to Reuters, “Bernanke, who was first appointed to […]

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Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein Gets Super Catty

Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein Pulls Out The Claws Against Author To say Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein isn’t happy with a former employee Greg Smith would be an understatement.  Greg Smith as you may recall penned an NY Times Op-Ed piece in March. Smith called the firm’s leadership morally bankrupt. Now Smith has raised […]

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Prosecutors Sell their Soul To Debt Collectors

Prosecutors As, “What is thy bidding my Master?” To Debt Collectors   Jessica Silver-Greenberg, NY Times The letters are sent by the thousands to people across the country who have written bad checks, threatening them with jail if they do not pay up. They bear the seal and signature of the local district attorney’s office. […]

3 Friends of MFI-Miami Make HuffPost’s 25 Most Dangerous People in Financial Media

And Yes, I’m Excited That They Made The Huffpost Steve Dibert, MFI-Miami I’m pretty excited right now that three people who have helped MFI-Miami become internationally recognized were honored by the Huffington Post in their list of the 25 Most Dangerous People In Financial Media. #14  Sam E. Antar http://www.whitecollarfraud.com/ Sam has been a fan of […]

On Monday The Dead Rabbi Was Wrongfully Foreclosed On

On Tuesday The Dead Rabbi’s POA Settles With US Bank The cool thing about owning MFI-Miami is that I get to work with some really smart litigators. These guys bring me interesting cases like banks foreclosing on dead rabbis.  They also think outside the box like I do.  If you are a regular reader, you […]

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