If movies were rated like debt, “Supercapitalist” would be a junk bond. Cluttered with cliches, unmemorable performances and a clunky script, this film is no “Wall Street” or “Margin Call.” Hyped as a financial thriller, it’s unlikely to fare better than Facebook’s botched IPO.
Goldman Sachs Group Inc., the fifth- biggest U.S. bank by assets, hired Andrew Williams, a former U.S. Treasury Department spokesman, for its corporate communications unit, said two people familiar with the matter.
Valiena Allison got a call from her bank on a busy morning two years ago about a wire transfer from her company’s account. She told the managers she hadn’t approved the transfer. The problem was, her computer had.
John F. W. Rogers is known on Wall Street for four initials and an enviable fact of corporate geography. The F. and W. stand for Francis and William, though why Rogers uses them both is one of several mysteries he has either gone out of his way to cultivate or never seen fit to explain.