Morgan Stanley's Mack Attack
Amid the endless applause from hundreds of traders, bankers, and research analysts, one of Wall Street's fiercest warriors was becoming teary-eyed. The day was June 30, 2005. The place was Morgan Stanley's Manhattan headquarters, where John J. Mack had abruptly said goodbye to his colleagues four years earlier. The occasion was Mack's return to become CEO, replacing Philip J. Purcell, who had resigned weeks earlier after mounting criticism that he was mismanaging the famed investment bank, which once rivaled Goldman Sachs & Co. for supremacy on Wall Street.
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