Thursday, January 22, 2009

Window on Wall Street

Jim Zarroli (NPR reporter), summarized: Former Merrill Lynch CEO/Bank of America executive John Thain --
However, Jim Zarroli assures us, Thain is regarded by Wall Street as "smart"and "illustrious." Indeed, even today he is "well regarded" by his Wall Street peers.

That's all you need to know about Wall Street's standards.

2 comments:

panicbean said...

We need new definitions for "smart" and "illustrious", stat!

Is this what we want our 'chlidrens' learning?

Anonymous said...

When will we wake up? Corporate America is all about greed. When they have stolen all they can from their customers and each other they have nobody else to steal from but the government.