Wall Street Roundup: The biggest paydays. Snooki rings the bell


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Home prices up. Home prices rose in May, though the rise is likely due largely to a tax credit that has since expired.

The biggest paydays. Among the highest-paid chief executives of the last decade, the top name from Wall Street was disgraced Lehman Bros. CEO Richard Fuld, according to the Wall Street Journal. Oracle’s Larry Ellison led the list with $1.8 billion over the decade.


A Hollywood IPO? One of the biggest names in film financing, Relativity Media, may be going public after cementing another big deal, Bloomberg reports.

Snooki rings the bell. It was a proud morning on Wall Street as Snooki and the cast from ‘Jersey Shore’ rang the opening bell at the New York Stock Exchange.

Wall Street Journal on ‘Wall Street.’ The Wall Street Journal provides an early -- negative -- review of Oliver Stone’s sequel to his film ‘Wall Street.’ [Updated at 9:45 a.m.: The Wall Street Journal has removed the review of the unfinished movie from its website, posting an apologetic note in its place.]

-- Nathaniel Popper in New York