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The sale of the last of the U.S. Treasury's Citigroup shares is complete, bringing the U.S. profit from the bailout to a total of $12 billion.
A lawsuit filed Wednesday accuses Citigroup of discrimination by laying off a disproportionate number of women during the financial crisis.
Citigroup is on the hook for $11.5 million in damages after losing an arbitration case against actor Larry Hagman, best known for his role as J.R. Ewing in the television series "Dallas," who had accused the bank of fraud and misconduct.
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The SEC is defending its proposed $75 million settlement with Citigroup after a judge last month said she wasn't ready to approve the far-smaller-than-expected deal without more information.
While President Obama has been spanking the "fat cat bankers" for their evil ways, it seems that at least some of them may have some Christmas spirit...