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Topic - Jon Corzine
Former New Jersey Gov. Jon Corzine's (KOHR'-zynz) son has died.
The son of former New Jersey governor and Goldman Sachs Group Inc. co-chairman Jon Corzine has died, according to reports.
A U.S. regulatory agency's lawsuit can proceed against former New Jersey Gov. Jon Corzine over the collapse of a brokerage firm in one of the nation's largest bankruptcies, a federal judge said Tuesday.
A friend of the president gets invited to great parties, the chance to hobnob with Hollywood celebrities and sometimes, if the friend gets in trouble, he can pull out a "Get out of jail free" card.
Is anyone in the liberal world ever responsible or accountable for anything? Bankruptcy Judge Martin Glen has denied a request from a coalition of former MF Global customers to depose former New Jersey Gov. Jon Corzine and other senior company officials, saying the customers have no standing because they were not direct clients of MF Global Holdings Inc.
Republicans on a House panel that investigated the collapse of the brokerage MF Global are pinning the blame on ex-CEO Jon Corzine, a former Democratic senator and governor.
As the march to the November elections heats up, voters can expect to find fewer and fewer issues that unite Democrats and Republicans.
Former New Jersey Democratic Gov. Jon Corzine could face a lawsuit from the trustee trying to recover $1.6 billion in customer money from the collapse of the brokerage firm MF Global.
Bradley I. Abelow, a key figure in the collapse of brokerage house MF Global Holdings Ltd., has left his post as chairman of an outside board providing financial advice to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).
Jon Corzine left Goldman Sachs with a net worth far exceeding even that of Mitt Romney today. Many accounts of his tenure at Goldman suggest he "failed up" the corporate ladder.
Where there is billowing, suffocating smoke, there generally is fire. The dark smoke of corruption is billowing around former Democratic senator, New Jersey governor, Goldman Sachs bigwig and MF Global Chairman and CEO Jon Corzine. A pall of suspicion has followed Corzine the Corrupt's career like flies at a summer barbecue.
A financial-exchange executive said Tuesday that he was told former Sen. Jon Corzine might have known that MF Global tapped clients' money to lend to a European affiliate of the firm.
Questioned by senators he once served with, Jon Corzine told a panel Tuesday that he never told anyone to "misuse" customer money that vanished when MF Global collapsed this fall.
Jon Corzine will tell a House panel Thursday that he doesn't know the location of client money that went missing when MF Global failed. And he will argue that he inherited a firm doomed by the risks his predecessors took.
Following the lead of rivals Ron Paul and former Utah Gov. Jon Huntsman Jr., GOP hopeful Mitt Romney said Tuesday he will not take part in billionaire Donald Trump's Dec. 27 debate.
In Oct. 2008, then-Gov. Jon Corzine announced plans to make New Jersey a world leader in wind energy, calling for the state to triple the amount of wind power it plans to use by 2020 to 3,000 megawatts.
Mr. Corzine noted those findings, but still credited Trooper Rasinski.