Fox Business Network financial holler-er and New York Post columnist Charles Gasparino has not been paying very close attention to the Bernie Madoff case. Which does not stop him from writing about it.
This is fun: Paul Kedrosky has assembled a list of books about the financial crisis which contain the most instances of the word "fuck." Surprisingly less than we expected, given the topic. Full list, after the jump:
New York Times wunderkind Andrew Ross Sorkin was on CNBC twice today, promoting his new book, Too Big To Fail. Which is interesting, because CNBC tough-guy Charlie Gasparino is very, very angry at Sorkin over the book. Lawyers are involved.
CNBC tough-guy Charlie Gasparino was supposed to appear on a panel discussion at the New School last night. But he didn't show, probably because he's scared to talk about Jim Cramer's dust-up with Jon Stewart.
CNBC personalities like Rick Santelli and Charles Gasparino have done their loudmouthed best to hone the financial network's laissez-faire bonafides. Good luck holding that stance if CNBC's troubled parent company seeks a bailout.