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CNNMoney: The risks that killed MF Globalupdated: Thu Feb 02 2012 14:41:00

It's been three months since MF Global became the eighth-largest bankruptcy in U.S. history. Did anyone see this coming? Well, a few people had some idea, and a congressional subcommittee heard from them on Capitol Hill Thursday.

CNNMoney: Corzine bombarded with lawsuits over MF Globalupdated: Thu Jan 12 2012 08:42:00

What do farmers in Montana, traders in Chicago and a pension fund in Canada have in common? They're all among the litigants who have filed suit against Jon Corzine in the wake of the MF Global failure.

CNNMoney: All 1,066 MF Global brokerage workers laid offupdated: Thu Dec 22 2011 10:23:00

The ax fell Friday for all 1,066 employees of bankrupt MF Global's brokerage unit, the trustee overseeing the liquidation of the company announced.

CNNMoney: MF Global trustee gets subpoena powerupdated: Thu Dec 22 2011 10:18:00

The trustee in the MF Global case Friday won the power to subpoena executives of the bankrupt brokerage firm and other parties in the case following revelations that more than $600 million in customer funds have allegedly gone missing.

CNNMoney: Corzine to testify before Congress about MF Globalupdated: Thu Dec 22 2011 10:14:00

After weeks of speculation about how more than a billion dollars in customer money went missing at MF Global, former CEO Jon Corzine will give his side of the story on Capitol Hill Thursday.

CNNMoney: Corzine: 'I don't know where the money is'updated: Thu Dec 22 2011 10:13:00

Jon Corzine, the former chief executive officer of the bankrupt broker MF Global, apologized for his firm's failure Thursday and told a House committee that he doesn't know where its missing customer money went.

CNNMoney: MF Global: Corzine goes before Senateupdated: Thu Dec 22 2011 10:11:00

It's not just Congress that wants answers about the missing money at bankrupt brokerage MF Global.

CNNMoney: $600 million missing at MF Globalupdated: Thu Dec 22 2011 10:08:00

A government regulator said in court Wednesday that roughly $600 million is missing from the books of bankrupt brokerage MF Global. The firm, headed by former New Jersey governor and Goldman Sachs CEO Jon Corzine, filed for Chapter 11 protection on Monday following a panic from investors over its holdings of risky European debt. (MF Global: Sorting through the debacle.)

CNNMoney: Subpoenas sought for MF Global executivesupdated: Thu Dec 22 2011 10:06:00

The trustee in the MF Global case requested authorization on Thursday to subpoena executives of the bankrupt brokerage following revelations that more than $600 million in customer funds have allegedly gone missing.

CNNMoney: Corzine resigns from MF Globalupdated: Thu Dec 22 2011 09:57:00

Jon Corzine has resigned as chief executive officer of bankrupt MF Global, and the firm says he will not be taking a severance package on his way out.

CNNMoney: MF Global chief Corzine won't see golden parachuteupdated: Thu Dec 22 2011 09:55:00

Jon Corzine, recently-resigned head of MF Global, is technically eligible to get a $12 million compensation package, though the company says he won't take it.

CNNMoney: MF Global may have millions missingupdated: Thu Dec 22 2011 09:51:00

Money was found missing from the books of MF Global, a discrepancy that cost the brokerage a potential deal with Interactive Brokers and forced it into bankruptcy, according to government agencies.

Fortune: Jon Corzine: Glutton for punishmentupdated: Thu Dec 22 2011 09:44:00

Is it fun yet, Jon? It was just like old times for former Goldman Sachs CEO, U.S. Senator, and Governor of New Jersey Jon Corzine when he faced Wall Street and the press yesterday in his new role as chairman and CEO of little-known brokerage firm MF Global. "Let me state the obvious," he said when reporting a disappointing quarter. "These are not the kinds of results that MF Global management will tolerate, nor should its shareholders."

CNNMoney: MF Global files for bankruptcy protectionupdated: Thu Dec 22 2011 09:43:00

MF Global, a trader in commodities and derivatives brought down by bad bets on Europe, filed for bankruptcy protection on Monday, leaving behind more than $2 billion in debt to some of Wall Street's biggest players.

CNNMoney: MF Global: What did Corzine know?updated: Thu Dec 22 2011 09:40:00

After hours of testimony from ex-MF Global CEO Jon Corzine on Capitol Hill Tuesday, the head of exchange operator CME Group "tossed a bomb," as one senator put it.

CNNMoney: MF Global: Corzine maintains innocenceupdated: Thu Dec 22 2011 09:37:00

Former MF Global CEO Jon Corzine returned to Capitol Hill Thursday, where he rejected allegations aired earlier this week that he was aware of fund transfers from customer accounts.

CNNMoney: MF Global's warning bellsupdated: Thu Dec 22 2011 09:32:00

Few outside of Wall Street have noticed the drama swirling around broker MF Global this week. But they should be paying attention.

CNNMoney: Corzine testifies as Senate probes MF Globalupdated: Thu Dec 22 2011 09:29:00

Former MF Global CEO Jon Corzine's claims about the firm's missing customer money were called into question Tuesday as the probe of the bankrupt brokerage continued on Capitol Hill. Corzine returned to the hot seat Tuesday before the Senate Agriculture Committee, this time flanked by two former colleagues from the brokerage's parent company, MF Global Holdings: Chief operating officer Bradley Abelow and chief financial officer Henri Steenkamp. (MF Global: Sorting through the debacle.)

CNNMoney: Sorting through the MF Global debacleupdated: Mon Dec 19 2011 08:57:00

It's been more than six weeks since the bankruptcy of Jon Corzine's MF Global, and everyone from the FBI to Congress to frustrated customers is still trying to figure out what exactly went wrong. Here's a quick primer on what happened, what's at stake, and what we know so far:

CNNMoney: House panel to subpoena Jon Corzineupdated: Fri Dec 02 2011 18:17:00

The House Agriculture Committee voted unanimously Friday to subpoena Jon Corzine, the former CEO of bankrupt trading firm MF Global, to compel his testimony at a hearing next week.

CNNMoney: House calls Corzine to testify over MF Globalupdated: Tue Nov 22 2011 16:58:00

The House Financial Services Committee has called on former New Jersey governor and MF Global CEO Jon Corzine to give testimony about the widening scandal at the bankrupt brokerage.

Jon Corzine resigns as MF Global CEOupdated: Fri Nov 04 2011 09:40:00

The former New Jersey governor resigns as CEO of collapsed investment firm MF Global.

MF Global collapse shows Wall Street needs tougher rulesupdated: Fri Nov 04 2011 09:40:00

MF Global declared bankruptcy Monday and has ceased trading.

CNNMoney: Judge grants $8 million 'lifeline' to MF Globalupdated: Tue Nov 01 2011 18:46:00

MF Global executives pled in bankruptcy court Tuesday for access to enough money to keep the company afloat.

Democrats blast Christie over private use of state helicopterupdated: Wed Jun 01 2011 18:04:00

New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is under fire from opposition lawmakers over his use of a state police helicopter to travel with his wife to his son's high school baseball game.

Political Circus: Does Obama wear a seatbelt?updated: Thu Jan 06 2011 14:38:00

Politics is serious business -- but not all of the time. From the halls of Congress to the campaign trail to the international stage, there's always something that gets a laugh or a second glance.

Political Circus: Congressional sleepoverupdated: Mon Nov 29 2010 13:53:00

Politics is serious business -- but not all of the time. From the halls of Congress to the campaign trail to the international stage, there's always something that gets a laugh or a second glance. Here are some of the things you might have missed:

GOP nominee downplays third-party threat in Iowaupdated: Sat Jun 26 2010 20:51:00

Iowa Republican gubernatorial nominee Terry Branstad looks east when asked if he is concerned about a possible third-party candidacy by rival Bob Vander Plaats.

Intriguing people for January 19, 2010updated: Tue Jan 19 2010 09:28:00

Wyclef Jean The Haitian-born musician became emotional as he denied accusations that he misused funds from his charity, Yéle Haiti. Experts on nonprofits said they saw no evidence of serious wrongdoing, other than slowness in filing taxes, CNNMoney.com reported.

New Jersey legislature approves medical marijuana billupdated: Mon Jan 11 2010 23:10:00

The New Jersey legislature voted Monday to make that state the 14th in the country to approve marijuana for medicinal use, pending the governor's signature.

Same-sex marriage bill advances in New Jerseyupdated: Tue Dec 08 2009 11:11:00

The New Jersey Senate is expected to vote Thursday on a bill that would legalize same-sex marriage in the state.

Analysis: Do the elections spell trouble for Obama?updated: Wed Nov 04 2009 15:18:00

Victories in New Jersey and Virginia Tuesday provided a major shot in the arm for the Republican Party heading into the 2010 elections, but the Democratic losses of these two governorships should not be interpreted as a significant blow to President Obama.

Referendum on Obama?updated: Wed Nov 04 2009 15:18:00

CNN's Anderson Cooper discusses with his panel whether local election results reflect public opinion on the performance of President Obama.

Ten key election races and resultsupdated: Wed Nov 04 2009 14:18:00

Tuesday's off-year election may not have had the high stakes of the 2008 presidential election, but several races are significant on the national level:

McDonnell wins Virginiaupdated: Wed Nov 04 2009 14:18:00

Republican Bob McDonnell wins the race for governor in Virginia, reversing a trend of the state electing Democrats.

Vote shows Obama team must listen upupdated: Wed Nov 04 2009 13:51:00

The president didn't watch the election returns Tuesday night, according to his press secretary, Robert Gibbs. He watched his beloved Chicago Bulls instead.

GOP wins key governor races but loses N.Y. congressional seatupdated: Wed Nov 04 2009 13:05:00

A Republican Party left for dead by many in the wake of recent Democratic landslides sprang back to life with wins in hotly contested races for governor in Virginia and New Jersey.

This time, all politics was localupdated: Wed Nov 04 2009 12:38:00

"All politics is local." That four-word statement, originally uttered by former Democratic House Speaker Tip O'Neill, is one of the favorite clichés of political pundits everywhere. But it's seldom respected when it matters most.

CNN projects Republicans win governor races in Virginia, New Jerseyupdated: Wed Nov 04 2009 01:17:00

A Republican Party that struggled in the wake of recent Democratic landslides sprang back to life Tuesday with wins in hotly contested races for governor in Virginia and New Jersey, according to CNN projections.

Obama voters can't carry Virginiaupdated: Wed Nov 04 2009 01:17:00

CNN's John King explains that many Virginia voters who elected President Obama did not vote for Democrat Creigh Deeds.

Analysis: Anger, frustration fuel Election Day 2009updated: Tue Nov 03 2009 10:34:00

As voters across the country head to the polls Tuesday, one thing appears certain: Many of them are angry.

Governors races serve as early test for Obama, Democratic controlupdated: Sun Oct 25 2009 11:28:00

Even though President Obama is not on the ballot this November, he and the Democrats who control Congress have a lot on the line.

Campaigner in chief hits the trailupdated: Thu Jul 16 2009 08:17:00

President Obama hits the campaign trail Thursday -- not for himself, but for fellow Democrat Jon Corzine.

Work begins on nation's largest mass transit projectupdated: Mon Jun 08 2009 20:15:00

The largest mass transit project in the country got under way Monday with the help of federal stimulus dollars, as public officials broke ground on a second passenger rail tunnel beneath the Hudson River.

Fortune: The public pension bombupdated: Tue May 12 2009 12:51:00

Even as the nation's economy is showing some tentative signs of bottoming out, another calamity looms: the public pension bomb.

Venezuela to give island to New Jerseyupdated: Thu Apr 23 2009 14:59:00

Venezuela will give a 300-acre island in the Delaware River to the state of New Jersey, the governor's office announced.

Corzine poll could show mood swinging against incumbentsupdated: Thu Mar 12 2009 14:41:00

­New poll numbers in New Jersey spell more trouble for Gov. Jon Corzine's bid for re-election. The poll could also be a sign that the country's severe recession may take a toll on incumbents running for re-election.

Time.com: Trash Power: New Jersey Converts Garbageupdated: Sun Oct 26 2008 15:00:00

At 21 landfills in New Jersey, methane gas produced by decomposing garbage is used as fuel to generate electricity

Fortune: How the U.S. could make money off the bailoutupdated: Wed Sep 24 2008 13:14:00

Members of Congress are now debating whether the government should demand equity stakes in any bank included in the proposed $700 billion bailout being pushed by Treasury Secretary Hank Paulson. If history is any guide, such a provision could recoup a big chunk of change for U.S. taxpayers.

Time.com: N.J. to Require Organ Donor Decisionupdated: Wed Jul 23 2008 13:00:00

In five years, New Jersey residents seeking driver's licenses will have to decide whether they want to become organ donors under a new first-of-its kind law

Political hot topicsupdated: Sun Jun 22 2008 17:09:00

CNN political producer Sasha Johnson talks with Asieh Namdar about race, polls, money, and the search for VP nominees.

Pope departs U.S. with a call for peaceupdated: Sun Apr 20 2008 23:51:00

Pope Benedict XVI concluded his six-day visit to the United States with a final address Sunday, thanking Americans for their hospitality and calling on people worldwide to pursue "justice and peaceful coexistence."

Polls: Democratic race tightening in Pennsylvaniaupdated: Tue Apr 08 2008 11:13:00

The Democratic presidential race is tightening in Pennsylvania ahead of its April 22 primary, according to a new CNN analysis of recent polls in the key campaign state.

New Jersey makes first move toward slavery apologyupdated: Thu Jan 03 2008 18:20:00

A committee of the New Jersey Assembly on Thursday approved a resolution that would make the state the first north of the Mason-Dixon line to apologize for slavery.

New Jersey bans executionsupdated: Mon Dec 17 2007 15:11:00

New Jersey Gov. Jon Corzine signs legislation that bans the death penalty in his state. CNN's Heidi Collins reports.

'Megan's Law' killer escapes death under N.J. execution banupdated: Mon Dec 17 2007 15:11:00

The man who raped and killed 7-year-old Megan Kanka -- the 1994 crime that inspired "Megan's Law" -- is one of eight men whose sentences were commuted to life in prison this week as part of New Jersey's new ban on execution.

CNNMoney: New Jersey takes aim at greenhouse gasesupdated: Fri Jul 06 2007 05:52:00

New Jersey became the first U.S. state on Friday to mandate sharp greenhouse gas reductions by 2050 in an effort to fight climate change.

Corzine: I hope the state will forgive meupdated: Mon Apr 30 2007 15:08:00

New Jersey Gov. Jon Corzine was released from the hospital Monday, nearly three weeks after he almost died in a car crash.

SI.com: Misuse of powerupdated: Thu Apr 19 2007 16:50:00

The year was 1968. I was covering the summer Olympics in Mexico City and I was on my way to one of the venues, driving on the Pereferique, the freeway that ringed the city. All of a sudden there was this tremendous commotion of horns and sirens and flashing lights behind me. I thought it surely must be an ambulance or a hospital emergency and pulled the wheel right, hitting the shoulder of the road and nearly flipping.

Fortune: Corzine crash spotlights SUV safetyupdated: Thu Apr 19 2007 09:31:00

When the story first came out, the only appropriate response was sympathy. Jon Corzine, the well-regarded governor of New Jersey and former co-CEO of Goldman Sachs, was critically injured last week in an accident on the Garden State Parkway. He was flown by helicopter to a hospital in Camden with a broken leg, collarbone, a dozen ribs, and other injuries.

Police: Pickup, driver sought in Corzine crash foundupdated: Sat Apr 14 2007 16:42:00

The driver of the pickup that may have been involved in the crash that critically injured New Jersey Gov. Jon Corzine has been found, police said late Saturday afternoon.

New Jersey governor hurt in car crashupdated: Thu Apr 12 2007 22:05:00

New Jersey Gov. Jon Corzine was hurt in a car accident Thursday evening while traveling to host a meeting between the Rutgers University women's basketball team and former radio host Don Imus.

N.J. lawmakers OK civil unions, not same-sex marriageupdated: Thu Dec 14 2006 17:24:00

Facing pressure from the state's top court, the New Jersey Legislature voted Thursday to give gay and lesbian couples the rights and privileges of marriage, while using the term "civil unions" to describe the partnerships.

Casinos reopen as N.J. ends budget crisisupdated: Sat Jul 08 2006 06:05:00

New Jersey Gov. Jon Corzine signed a $30.9 billion compromise state budget into law Saturday evening, formally ending a financial impasse that essentially shut down the state and some of its businesses.

CNNMoney: No dice, Atlantic Cityupdated: Wed Jul 05 2006 07:59:00

Atlantic City's 12 casinos began shutting down for the first time ever at 8 a.m. ET Wednesday morning as the New Jersey budget crisis that began July 1 continued.

Greenfield: Democrats' burden in '06updated: Mon May 08 2006 17:07:00

By every traditional standard -- historical patterns, the president's low approval ratings, current polls -- the Democrats ought to feel optimistic about taking back both houses of Congress.

GOP working on solution to ports dealupdated: Sat Feb 25 2006 11:53:00

Republicans in Congress are crafting a solution under which the controversial deal allowing a state-owned Arab company to run some terminals at six U.S. ports could move forward.

Sources: Menendez tapped for U.S. Senate seatupdated: Wed Dec 07 2005 13:05:00

New Jersey Gov.-elect Jon Corzine will name Rep. Robert Menendez, chairman of the Democratic Caucus, as his successor in the U.S. Senate, multiple New Jersey Democratic sources told CNN Wednesday.

CNNMoney: Election ad spending hits $515Mupdated: Fri Nov 11 2005 07:44:00

Elections and political issue spots hit a record $515 million this year, according to a news report Friday.

After Election Day: Pretense and portentsupdated: Thu Nov 10 2005 15:30:00

You know the classic definition of inflation? "Too much money chasing too few goods." Well, off-year elections provide fertile ground for a different kind of inflation: too many political pundits chasing too few items of significance.

Rumsfeld twice offered to resign during Abu Ghraib scandalupdated: Thu Feb 03 2005 17:26:00

Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld says he twice offered President Bush his resignation during the height of the Abu Ghraib prison abuse scandal, but the president refused to accept it.

Stumping for Social Securityupdated: Thu Feb 03 2005 16:51:00

The hard sell has begun, as President Bush takes to the road to champion the centerpiece of his State of the Union address.

Sen. Corzine enters New Jersey governor's raceupdated: Wed Dec 01 2004 16:23:00

Sen. Jon Corzine announced Thursday he wants to be governor of New Jersey.

Fortune: D.C.'S $400 MILLION MAN MAKES A MARKupdated: Mon Oct 04 2004 00:01:00

WHEN JON CORZINE WAS FORCED OUT as co-CEO of Goldman Sachs in 1999 and breezed into his New Jersey Senate seat in 2000, most politicos saw the tall, bearded, former Illinois farmboy as a political ...

Still talking swift boatsupdated: Wed Aug 25 2004 08:07:00

John Kerry isn't in such a hurry to move past swift boats after all.

Maneuvering past McGreeveyupdated: Mon Aug 16 2004 07:49:00

Hurricane Charley has subsided and Bush vs. Kerry looks relatively calm today.

CNNMoney: Inside out at Goldman?updated: Wed May 19 2004 08:21:00

Goldman Sachs shares, already under pressure with the rest of the financial services sector, could face more difficulty soon as insiders get the ability to unload stock awards.

Looking to the new Iraqupdated: Tue Apr 20 2004 16:40:00

The White House says it hopes a new U.N. resolution for Iraq will encourage other nations to participate in aiding security and reconstruction. Meanwhile, the Bush administration's Iraq policy is facing tough questioning on Capitol Hill as the deadline for the transfer of power to Iraqis grows closer.

Money Magazine: The Most Influential Business in Americaupdated: Thu Apr 01 2004 00:01:00

There's an elite Wall Street firm that has embedded itself in America's power structure, in both the Republican and Democratic parties, with representatives in key decision-making positions in the ...

Fortune: Lots of Talk and Little Action Congress has big changes planned for your 401(k)--next year.updated: Mon Oct 28 2002 00:01:00

Congress has spent a lot of time talking about changing the rules on 401(k) plans, but it hasn't done much this year to actually alter the laws that govern them. It was too busy passing a war resol...

Money Magazine: Thanks, But... Slapping new restrictions on our 401(k) options is the wrong way to prevent future Enrons.updated: Fri Mar 01 2002 00:01:00

Two developments on the 401(k) front had me pretty shaken up recently. First came news that thousands of workers at Enron--the now bankrupt Houston energy company--lost much of their 401(k) savings...

Fortune: Saving Private Pensionsupdated: Mon Feb 18 2002 00:01:00

If there's a consensus about anything in Washington, it's that 401(k)s have to be better protected. But beneath the accord, there are deep divisions. Democrats are eager to impose new restrictions,...

Money Magazine: A Billion Here, A Billion There...updated: Sat Dec 01 2001 00:01:00

Jon Corzine wants the federal government's economic stimulus package to include much greater spending on public transportation, emergency services and airline security. Here's what's in some of the...

Money Magazine: Man With A Plan Common sense for Congress, from a financier-turned-senatorupdated: Sat Dec 01 2001 00:01:00

It's been about two months since the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11. And while the White House and Congress have moved swiftly on legislation aimed at everything from rebuilding ground zero to getti...

Fortune: Goldman's Corzine Leaves Street, Hits Trail WALL STREET'S BIGGEST LIBERAL?updated: Mon Oct 25 1999 00:01:00

It's not often that a multimillionaire, let alone someone worth $300 million, visits a soup kitchen. But that's exactly where Jon Corzine, one of Wall Street's wealthiest former chieftains, could b...

Fortune: Wanna Know What's Up for 1999?updated: Mon Feb 15 1999 00:01:00

Okay, I know we're a month into the new year already, but I still haven't done my predictions for 1999. Hey--I got so caught up day-tradin' Net stocks that I haven't had a moment to come up for air...

Fortune: Goldman Sachs: After the Fall The failed public stock offering of Wall Street's last great partnership affords a rare look insidupdated: Mon Nov 09 1998 00:01:00

On the afternoon of Monday, Oct. 19, most of Goldman Sachs' 189 partners are to gather at the firm's New York headquarters for a hallowed ritual--the biennial awarding of that ultimate badge of Wal...

Fortune: Why Goldman Sachs Mattersupdated: Mon Jul 06 1998 00:01:00

Jon Corzine, the co-CEO of Goldman Sachs, is an island of calm on Wednesday evening, June 10. You'd never know that the professorial banker is attempting to cut the deal of his career and the most ...

Fortune: GETTING BY ON $2 MILLION A YEARupdated: Mon Jul 24 1995 00:01:00

The poor wretches. Those bankers, traders, and analysts on Wall Street who pocket seven-figure bonuses year after year, through good times and bad, are underpaid.

Fortune: The Goldman Standard Slipsupdated: Mon Nov 28 1994 00:01:00

In 1993, Goldman Sachs made a stunning $2.3 billion in profits (before personal income taxes payable by each partner). The share going to even the most junior of partners is believed to have been a...

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