I wonder who would win in a race between Guy Adami and one of the Najarian brothers, Jon or Pete? Both Najarian brothers played NFL football, you know. Or what if Charlie Gasparino raced Adami or they faced off in some sort of pull up or push up competition for charity, who would win?
Gasparino, who used to work at CNBC but moved to Fox Business, works out regularly, you know - at various parks in New York
. I'm guessing they're about the same age but I think Gasparino might have the edge on Adami.
Adami is set to
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In a tireless effort to get to the bottom of the Muppet controversy at Goldman Sachs, intrepid Fox Business reporter, Charlie Gasparino, was found hiding under piles of paper near some dumpsters outside the headquarters of Goldman Sachs. When he was caught, he was in the midst of trying to piece together various shredded emails to see if he could find any use of the word Muppet; his hands were bloodied with paper cuts and piles of staples and paper clips surrounded him like little mountains.
Goldman Sachs agreed to let Gasparino go on the condition that he would give up
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I don't know what's worse here, Goldman Sachs actually investigating to see if any of their employees are calling clients Muppets, or that Fox Business reporter Charles Gasparino is still investigating whether or not Goldman Sachs employees are calling employees Muppets.
And what's even more comical is that Goldman Sachs isn't really doing this due diligence investigation, they're just playing a trick on Charlie. I can picture CEO Lloyd Blankfein telling his tech department just to say they've come up with some algorithm to search out emails for the use of word Muppet. Or maybe they've enlisted Google to
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To me, "bracing" just doesn't seem like the right word to use here, especially in light of their stock price and their past history. The BofA Merril Lynch executives that Charlie Gasparino is talking about are still getting bonuses, right? It's not like they're getting stiffed. How come they're bracing for that?
It's as though they have to find a chair to sit down on or something to hold themselves up against the railing before they hear the news of a lower bonus. Again, they should be glad their getting a bonus. What's more, they should just be happy that
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Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein wished Charlie Gasparino would just quit already, now someone at Morgan Stanley has topped that one and said, "I'm going to kill him one of these days." Him being Charlie Gasparino of course. It's clear a number of Wall Street head honchos don't really like dealing with the Fox Business reporter.
But I'm thinking these Wall Street CEOs should try another approach: kill him with kindness instead. Treat him like a terrorist you're trying to win over. Draw him in closer with cupcakes and candies and maybe a cold beverage at a downtown bar
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Nothing like remembering the strange exchange between former CNBC anchor Dylan Ratigan and Charlie Gasparino on the Closing Bell. Gasparino gets a bit testy or his it because he's just a bit tipsy - too many vodka tonics at lunch time. I wonder if Gasparino gets away with this stuff over at the Fox Business channel.
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