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The chairman of the stock exchange – he governed “not wisely but too well”

By September 19, 2003Uncategorized

Forbes: ” If Richard Grasso’s primary responsibility as chairman and chief executive of the New York Stock Exchange was to serve the interest of its members, then perhaps he did his job too well.”

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