Wall Street’s gorilla wants back in the jungle.
The New York Post reports that Richard 'Dick' Fuld, the notoriously competitive CEO who led Lehman Brothers to its demise seven years ago, will test how forgiving Wall Street can be on Thursday when he’s expected to discuss for the first time the bankruptcy that was the tipping point of the financial crisis.
Indeed, Fuld, 69, is one of the chief culprits of the 2008 crisis. He and Countrywide Financial CEO Angelo Mozilo built up their respective companies’ positions in the subprime mortgages that eventually went bust — taking the economy with them.
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