Larry Hagman Wins $11M from Citigroup

This may not be how J.R. Ewing would have done it, but it works for Larry Hagman. The former Dallas star was awarded $11 million in compensation for an alleged breach of fiduciary duty by Citigroup, as mandated by a financial industry arbitrator. Of that settlement, $1.1 million will go straight to Hagman, while the other $10 million will go to a charity of his choosing. The bank also owed nearly half a million in legal fees and arbitration costs. A Citigroup spokesperson said the bank was "disappointed and disagree with the panel's finding.”