Iris Mack — an academic and derivatives trader who was allegedly fired from her job at the Harvard Management Company after she raised concerns to University officials that then-president Larry Summers’s irresponsible usage of financial instruments had contributed to losses in Harvard’s endowment — can now call herself the woman who blew the whistle on two former Treasury secretaries. On the Huffington Post today, Mack describes a brief fling she had with Robert Rubin, the married, 71-year-old former Citigroup chairman, when he flew to Miami on the company jet to meet her at the height of the financial crisis. After dinner, she walked him back to his hotel. And then …
He got this funny look on his face, and asked:
“Do you want to go upstairs and … cuddle?”
Personally, we made that vow long ago.
Bob Rubin Just Wants to Be Cuddled [HuffPo]