Don’t Fall For Sandy Weill’s Crocodile TearsWilliam D. Cohan
Aug. 6 (Bloomberg) -- The remarkably ironic pronouncement from Sandy Weill that the U.S. should resurrect some form of the Glass-Steagall Act -- which he worked assiduously to tear asunder in the 1990s as he created Citigroup Inc. -- has touched off another a debate about how to control the worst instincts on Wall Street.
To continue reading this article you must be a Bloomberg Professional Service Subscriber.
If you believe that you may have received this message in error please let us know.
- America's Adversaries Get It: Trump Can Be Ignored
- This Thanksgiving, It's Grim in Trump's Swamp
- Trump's Judgment Is Debatable. His Sanity Is Not.
- Democrats' Next Tax Victory Is Worth the Wait
- Steve Mnuchin Says the Darnedest Things
- The End of Net Neutrality Isn't the End of the World
- What a Middling Uber Rating Might Say About You