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Behind-the-scenes strife led to CEO Stumpf forfeiting $41 million

cnbc.com — The board announced on Tuesday that it has "launched an independent investigation" into the matter, and Stumpf "recused himself " from the investigation. In addition to the forfeiture, Stumpf will forgo his salary while the investigation is being conducted.

Where Are Trump's Business Backers? | RealClearMarkets

Trump’s a Businessman. Where’s His Business Backing?

nytimes.com — As this column has noted previously, virtually no big United States banking institution has done new business with Mr. Trump in years, in part because of his history of bankruptcies and his penchant for litigation. During orientation for new employees, Goldman Sachs specifically used to use Mr. Trump as an example of the kind of prospective client to avoid.

Why So Many Business Leaders Are Tiptoeing Around Donald Trump

businessmirror.com.ph — By Andrew Ross Sorkin In conversations over the past several months with chief executives and other business leaders, the discussion invariably turns to the presidential election. And with few exceptions, at some point, most of the executives say something critical, even derogatory, about Donald Trump-but it is quickly followed by, "I could never say that on the record."

Why so many business leaders are tiptoeing around Donald Trump

business-standard.com — Read more about Why so many business leaders are tiptoeing around Donald Trump on Business Standard. Hoffman articulated a view that is often whispered within the business community - among those who are voting against Trump - but rarely spoken aloud

Why Executives Tiptoe Around Donald Trump | RealClearMarkets

Donald Trump: Why so many business leaders are tiptoeing around him

smh.com.au — In conversations over the past several months with chief executives and other business leaders, the discussion invariably turns to the presidential election. And with few exceptions, at some point, most of the executives say something critical, even derogatory, about Donald Trump - but it is quickly followed by, "I could never say that on the record".

Why So Many Business Leaders Are Tiptoeing Around Donald Trump

nytimes.com — In conversations over the last several months with chief executives and other business leaders, the discussion invariably turns to the presidential election. And with few exceptions, at some point, most of the executives say something critical, even derogatory, about Donald Trump - but it is quickly followed by, "I could never say that on the record."

Lehman Files for Bankruptcy; Merrill Is Sold

nytimes.com — Knowing that investors were worried about Merrill, John A. Thain, its chief executive and an alumnus of Goldman Sachs and the New York Stock Exchange, and Kenneth D. Lewis, Bank of America's chief executive, began negotiations. One person briefed on the negotiations said Bank of America had approached Merrill earlier in the summer but Mr. Thain had rebuffed the offer.

GSELEVATOR: 15 books you must read if you want to work on Wall Street

businessinsider.com — One of the most frequent questions I get asked on Twitter is: What books should I read if I want to work on Wall Street? Mention Ayn Rand or Sun Tzu and you're likely to elicit the NSFW version of the eye roll. And forget about Machiavelli.
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Sep 24, 2016

This is what I've been saying in my columns based on my reporting though anecdotes and off record conversations. Now it is fact. https://t.co/8VMd6YFuUb


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