1. Fix Greece. Nobody can have any fun until they break out the Ouzo. Perhaps Goldman Sachs can help, since they made so much money betting on the bazoukis to fail.
2. Pick up dry cleaning.
3. Get media to declare the recession is over. No, it's not over, but if they say it is at least they'll be doing something constructive.
4. Requisition dumpster. Clean out credenza.
5. Pay Federal income tax.
6. Pay MOREJennifer Lai - Apr 12, 2010 9:07 AM ET
Word comes from Credit Suisse that Brady Dougan, the Chief Executive of that fine fiduciary institution, earned $17.9 million in 2009, which is six times more than he made in 2008. This makes good sense. 2009 was a much better year than 2008, and any fair evaluation of compensation should account for that. Also, Mr. Dougan's comp is pretty much consonant with the nuts and berries that were paid to execs MOREBing - Mar 26, 2010 12:12 PM ET
What do any of the predictors, prognosticators, seers, sooth-sayers and other artists of that sort have to say for themselves in the wake of all the failed predictions, prognostications, visions and general collapses of sooth we've got going on right now?Bing - Oct 22, 2008 10:48 AM ET
As society grows and changes, then, our idea of the proper role of Government -- what it needs to do to protect the needy, the weak, the powerless, the downtrodden, the huddled masses and their friends -- mutates and shifts along with it. Today we can add another group to the list of those who require intercession by We the People: Big BanksBing - Oct 14, 2008 11:14 AM ET
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