Gary Tuchman reports…
Disconnected, bridge playing, pot smoking CEO? Unaware of the enormous risks management was taking in the subprime markets?
Or savy long-term veteran who played his cards wrong?
Walked away with $61 million from sale of his entire block of Bear Stearns stock.
Watched personal wealth of Bear Stearns shareholders and employees plummet.
“Politicians have said ‘now is not the time to talk about blame for the financial collapse.’ Now IS the time to talk about blame. People deserve to know how we got into this mess. We’re naming names and holding The culprits of the collapse accountable. Every night we add a new name to our list…” See who’s on it…
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