Mar. 22 - Goldman Sachs will begin scouring through e-mails to look for the word ''Muppets'', and an iPhone with a bigger screen may be heading your way soon.
Ahead searching apartments -- Twitter and buy memorabilia probably eight. Later this -- -- three Times Square this Thursday from Reuters world headquarters in New York. Goldman Sachs looking for a Muppets not Miss Piggy Kermit the Frog and that gang. But outward botnets which is slang -- stupid person in Britain. Sources telling Reuters CEO Lloyd Blankfein -- partners in a conference call it will review. From departed executive Greg Smith -- -- is New York Times editorial played Matt directors refer to customers that's Muppets. Like I did not say wet answered would be completed or what actions Goldman might take. As a result. A lawsuit claims eight on internal auditing procedures need to make -- Shareholders suing the company alleged internal auditors the -- thank you SEC investigators. Information about rides a non paid. This claims he changed his mind. After it got offered him -- -- severance package that shareholders are now seeking compensation for losses suffered from it on share price declined from highs. About forty dollars a share in 2008 that stock currently trading around nineteen dollars. Everyone is talking about jobs and the economy weathered the presidential candidates economists or your coworkers. There is another sign we're moving in the right direction -- -- front on benefits out of four year low. To 348000. And that is our game we did it. It also means next month's -- report could -- continued improvement since the data that's survey is actually collected during this week. A different story -- the manufacturing sector our axle problems right now from -- and with that. Axl not. Numbers today from China and Germany and a double whammy markets bearing on it. And I know I'm not seeing gray ash are gonna say let me just run through what we what we draw it is all about China right now -- Markets have been fretting about slowed growth that for a while now. Well number doubt that earlier today you referred to them made them -- a little bit more manufacturing slumping for a fifth month in March. Holds on the heels of Europe also disappointed with France and Germany. I suppose it's ages of the Euro -- -- stole war such it's nice showing a sharp decline. That even the most pessimistic Dallas failed to predict that pretty bad news. And it's like you guys are the only ones that really showing any momentum. Right now in terms of side in terms of the economy that conclusion from my today for the markets. China and Europe. All got to be thought of a global Robson anytime soon. All right -- thanks very much. Allen Stanford the financing convicted of running an estimated seven billion dollar Ponzi scheme is asking for a new trial. Is our power player of the day. -- latest lawyer now he's gone through more than a dozen of them -- -- did not receive a fair trial because of all things Twitter. The lawyers says the judge let reporters tweet messages from the courtroom and failed to tell -- to stay off of Twitter Stanford was convicted of -- charges. And could spend the rest of his life in prison. Just my iPad Bieber has subsided iPhone fever now could be heating up. A South Korean newspaper quotes that I -- industry source who said the new iPhone is in the works with a four point six inch display. The source says apple started placing orders with suppliers. Phone has a three and a half and screen suppliers including Samsung and LG had no comment. And finally. Are you lonesome tonight with a picture of Elvis how. The ending Warhol work double Elvis going up for auction at Sotheby's. Created from -- screen and spray paint on campus. The work is estimated now between her and eighteen million dollars. Optional the system works. Roy -- Add pop -- -- that takes -- Sunday that at the very latest from Times Square this Thursday I'm rob the -- and this is Rutgers.