Miss his appearance at the Raj Rajaratnam trial? Follow along at home with the documents the Goldman Sachs chief has read into the record.
Fortune's Katie Benner, attending the trial in Lower Manhattan, says Blankfein has shined in this role. She suspects that when Blankfein steps aside some day as Goldman's (GS) CEO he could take a shot at the dramatic reading circuit.
So far Wednesday, Blankfein has read aloud from these compelling selections:
With any luck, the defense will give him a chance to read from the "God's work" article before the day is out.
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Think you've got problems? Check out JPMorgan Chase's legal docket.
The second-biggest U.S. bank by assets said Monday that its legal losses in coming years could exceed the amount it has already set aside by as much as $4.5 billion.
That makes JPMorgan Chase (JPM), by its own assessment, the bank with the biggest legal headaches coming up, unseating Citi (C), which last week said its own costs could exceed reserves by MOREColin Barr - Feb 28, 2011 5:04 PM ET
The big banks are going to be spending a lot of time in court.
Citigroup (C), Bank of America (BAC) and Wells Fargo (WFC) said in annual reports filed in recent days that they could face $6.7 billion in litigation-related losses in coming years beyond the amounts they have set aside in reserves. None of the banks foresaw any such losses in their filings last year.
The biggest potential hit is at MOREColin Barr - Feb 28, 2011 11:25 AM ET
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