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Citigroup Worth At Least $145 Per Share Over Next Cycle
(Reuters) - Citigroup Inc had sought approval for $8 billion in share repurchases as a part of the capital plan turned down by the Federal Reserve last month, the Wall Street Journal said, citing sources.
'No' Vote on Citigroup's Pay Should Spark CEO Compensation Reform  Huffington Post
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Dissecting Citigroup's Stress Test Failure
Of the banks tested, only Citigroup, Ally Financial Inc. and SunTrust Banks, Inc. failed the stress tests. In response to the failing of the stress test, Citigroup released a statement saying that they didn't actually fail the stress tests and "that ...
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Citigroup CEO and directors sued over executive pay
(Reuters) - Days after being rebuked by shareholders, Citigroup Inc (C.N) Chief Executive Vikram Pandit and the bank's directors have been sued by a shareholder accusing them of awarding outsized pay to top executives.
Citigroup CEO, Directors Sued For Outsized Executive Pay Packages  Huffington Post
America Loves to Watch Its Too-Big-To-Fail CEOs Squirm  TIME
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Citigroup Outperforms JPMorgan in Investment Banking
Citigroup Inc. (NYSE:C) released its earnings earlier today for the first quarter of 2012. The firms earnings were down below what analysts had expected, at $0.95 versus forecast $1.01, but the market's response to the release has been a positive one.
TEXT-S&P: Citigroup ratings unaffected by Q1 results  Reuters
Citigroup Shares: 3 Pros, 3 Cons  Investorplace.com
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Citigroup Investors Reject Pay Plan
Shareholders of Citigroup Inc. on Tuesday handed the bank a scathing rebuke, rejecting a board-approved compensation package for its senior executives that boosted Chief Executive Vikram Pandit's 2011 pay to $14.9 million from $1 a year earlier.
Citigroup loses advisory vote on executive compensation  Reuters
Citigroup Pay Proposal Rejected By Shareholders  Huffington Post
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Citigroup Appoints New General Counsel
NEW YORK�Citigroup Inc. said it hired Rohan Weerasinghe as general counsel to succeed Michael Helfer. Mr. Helfer, 67 years old, was general counsel for nine years during which time Citi went through major changes including receiving $45 billion in ...
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UPDATE 2-Citigroup boosting anti-money laundering efforts
The Comptroller of the Currency, which regulates national banks, said on Thursday that Citigroup Inc's Citibank had fallen short in establishing and maintaining programs meant to identify money laundering and other improper flows of money.
Citigroup Ordered to Bolster Its Money-Laundering Safeguards  Bloomberg
Citi Cited Over Laundering Lapses  Wall Street Journal
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US 'too-big-to-fail' banks bigger than ever before
David Paul Morris/BloombergFive banks - JPMorgan Chase & Co., Bank of America Corp., Citigroup Inc., Wells Fargo & Co.
Obama Bid to End Too-Big-to Fail Undercut as Banks Grow  Bloomberg
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Bo Xilai Clan Links Included Citigroup Hiring of His Elder Son
April 23 (Bloomberg) -- Among the Citigroup Inc. bankers gathered in Hong Kong on Aug. 11, 2006, with the mayor of the northeastern Chinese city of Tieling to discuss investments in an industrial park was the son of a powerful China princeling.
Bo Xilai Revelations Are Chinese "Glasnost"  Huffington Post
Website Covering Chinese Scandal, Boxun.com, Targeted By Hackers  RedOrbit
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Parsons Blames Glass-Steagall Repeal for Crisis
April 20 (Bloomberg) -- Richard Parsons, speaking two days after ending his 16-year tenure on the board of Citigroup Inc. and a predecessor, said the financial crisis was partly caused by a regulatory change that permitted the company's creation.
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