Ah, Mr. Levine, Your Usual Hot Seat?Anthony Bianco
Few felons have interpreted the term "second chance" as literally as has Dennis Levine. After his release from federal prison in Pennsylvania in the fall of 1988, Levine returned to his Park Avenue apartment, put on the same $1,000 suits and the same million-dollar smile, and reentered the same basic business in which, by his own admission, he had traded on inside information for much of his Wall Street career. "I'm a New York guy," explains Levine, "and I love the deal business."
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