Not too shabby!
In the meantime, CEOs of said companies made squat.
Family photos give the Bank of America CEO's empty office a feeling of presence.
"I need to look sufficiently fierce to make sure that I garner the respect that I deserve."
Those are three separate people.
But beneath the titan of finance's tough shell is a tender heart.
The coming financial-services exodus may just be another urban legend.
It's sad, really, that people think it's such a big deal.
"While most investment banks claim to have a 'no-jerk' policy on hiring," the 'FT' tells us today, at Barclays "the policy is taken seriously."
The hedge-fund billionaire, 77, has writerly aspirations.
Rogue study accuses men of thinking they know what they're doing when they don't.
The Deutsche Bank trader who made bank shorting the housing market considers moving on.
A short vignette from the gargantuan Lehman Brothers bankruptcy report.
Thanks to television.
Just because he runs a firm with a market cap of $40 billion doesn't mean he's just an automaton.
But is this all that it seems?
Instead, he became CEO.
"If you weren't so beautiful, you wouldn't be here."