Table: The House That Sandy Built
Travelers, which already owns Smith Barney and Shearson Lehman, buys Salomon Brothers.
Weill's heir apparent, Jamie Dimon, resigns.
Former Citicorp CEO John Reed leaves after losing power struggle with Weill.
Former Treasury Secretary Robert Rubin joins office of the chairman
Citi buys subprime lender Associates First Capital.
Travelers merges with Citicorp.
Citi buys Mexican bank Banamex.
Spin-off of Travelers announced.
Citi declares an $800 million write-off on loans to Argentina.
Citi buys California thrift Golden State Bancorp.
Citi bankers testify before Congress.
The NASD and New York Attorney General Eliot Spitzer investigate star telecom analyst Jack Grubman.
Grubman resigns. Spitzer investigates Weill's AT&T connection. House Financial Services Committee investigates share allocations by Salomon Smith Barney.