Mets and America pull off a slick double play

October 22, 2015

As the country staggered under dud mortgages, the baseball team fell victim to Bernie Madoff. Infusions of money helped right Uncle Sam, but the Amazins took a far more frugal path. A World Series for the New York club puts an exclamation point on the financial crisis’ end.

Madoff trustee has nothing to lose gunning for JPM

December 2, 2010

Irving Picard's decision to lob a $6.4 billion lawsuit in JPMorgan's path might smack of desperation. But, the trustee responsible for recovering assets for victims of Bernie Madoff's gargantuan Ponzi scheme has nothing to lose.