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Old 02-17-2009, 10:24 AM
 
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Cream of the Crop Gone Sour: America's Troubled CEOs


JPMorgan Chase
• James L. Dimon, CEO and Chairman: Harvard Business School (1982), Tufts University (1978)
• Barry L. Zubrow, Executive VP: University of Chicago Law School (1980), University of Chicago Business School (1979), Haverford College (1975)
• Frank Bisignano, CAO: Newport University

Citigroup
• Vikram Pandit, CEO: Columbia Business School (1986); Columbia University MBA (1980), M.S. (1977), B.S. (1976)
• Lewis Kaden, Vice-Chairman and CAO: Harvard Law School (1967), Harvard University (1963),
• Stephen Volk, Vice-Chairman: Harvard Law School (1960), Dartmouth College (1957)
• John Havens: Harvard (1979)

Morgan Stanley
• John Mack, Chairman and CEO: Duke University (1968)
• Walid Chammah, Co-President: American Graduate School of International Management (1977), American University of Beirut (1976)
• James P. Gorman, Co-President: MBA Columbia University (1987); BA, JD University of Melbourne

Goldman Sachs
• Lloyd Blankfein, Chairman and CEO: Harvard Law School (1978), Harvard University (1975)
• Jon Winkelried, President and Co-COO: University of Chicago Booth School of Business (1982), University of Chicago (1981)
• Gary Cohn, President and Co-COO: American University (1982)

click on the link...there are more CEO's on the list....
FOXNews.com - Cream of the Crop Gone Sour: America's Troubled CEOs - Local News | News Articles | National News | US News

The final tab:

Harvard: 11
Columbia: 6
Chicago: 4
Duke: 4
Stanford: 4
American University: 2
MIT: 2
NYU: 2
Tufts: 2
University of Iowa: 2
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Old 02-17-2009, 11:02 AM
 
Location: Rockland County New York
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Most of them went to an Ivy League school. How narcissistic. You wonder why they could care less about the working class. We are nothing more that a bunch of plebeians.
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Old 02-18-2009, 05:03 AM
 
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I was just going to say HYPSM, the little Ivies, etc.
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Old 02-19-2009, 08:21 AM
 
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The faces of these criminals should be published and posted all over the web. They should have no peace for the rest of their lives. They should be hounded every time they venture into public. They have destroyed life savings, dreams, lives, for their own profit. They cannot be allowed to retire into a luxurious, blissful obscurity. We need pictures of these criminals.
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Old 02-19-2009, 02:36 PM
 
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Originally Posted by bentlebee View Post
Cream of the Crop Gone Sour: America's Troubled CEOs


JPMorgan Chase
James L. Dimon, CEO and Chairman: Harvard Business School (1982), Tufts University (1978)
Barry L. Zubrow, Executive VP: University of Chicago Law School (1980), University of Chicago Business School (1979), Haverford College (1975)
Frank Bisignano, CAO: Newport University

Citigroup
Vikram Pandit, CEO: Columbia Business School (1986); Columbia University MBA (1980), M.S. (1977), B.S. (1976)
Lewis Kaden, Vice-Chairman and CAO: Harvard Law School (1967), Harvard University (1963),
Stephen Volk, Vice-Chairman: Harvard Law School (1960), Dartmouth College (1957)
John Havens: Harvard (1979)

Morgan Stanley
John Mack, Chairman and CEO: Duke University (1968)
Walid Chammah, Co-President: American Graduate School of International Management (1977), American University of Beirut (1976)
James P. Gorman, Co-President: MBA Columbia University (1987); BA, JD University of Melbourne

Goldman Sachs
Lloyd Blankfein, Chairman and CEO: Harvard Law School (1978), Harvard University (1975)
Jon Winkelried, President and Co-COO: University of Chicago Booth School of Business (1982), University of Chicago (1981)
Gary Cohn, President and Co-COO: American University (1982)

click on the link...there are more CEO's on the list....
FOXNews.com - Cream of the Crop Gone Sour: America's Troubled CEOs - Local News | News Articles | National News | US News

The final tab:

Harvard: 11
Columbia: 6
Chicago: 4
Duke: 4
Stanford: 4
American University: 2
MIT: 2
NYU: 2
Tufts: 2
University of Iowa: 2
hey bentley,

i think they all went to "F.U." and majored in self consumption... minoring in how to devalue the dollar. ALL these TARDS belong in jail, not running company after company into the ground and being rewarded for it!

this country has never seen such incompetence and/or blatant thievery ON ALL LEVELS!!! start purp-walking these POS's into court then straight to the SERIOUS bighouses, to do some time. once these little *******, in brooks brothers suits, realize BUBBA will be their "new boss-man", they'll get the point... no pun intended!
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Old 02-19-2009, 03:16 PM
 
Location: Kansas
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Funny you have that list of elitist schools and at the bottom you have the University of Iowa x 2. LOL
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Old 02-19-2009, 03:19 PM
 
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Funny you have that list of elitist schools and at the bottom you have the University of Iowa x 2. LOL
If you click on the link you can see other companies and their CEO's and where they went to school...I only copied and pasted a few companies.
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Old 02-19-2009, 03:25 PM
 
Location: Fort Myers Fl
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I wonder how many people each one forced to take out a loan?
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Old 02-19-2009, 07:04 PM
 
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What exactly do you think this list shows? There's an obvious selection bias here, so this says nothing about the quality of the education at those universities.

I do find the populist sentiment here hilarious though. Fear that evil Wall Street, right?
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Old 03-04-2009, 11:17 PM
 
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Funny you have that list of elitist schools and at the bottom you have the University of Iowa x 2. LOL

Iowa is actually a pretty good school.
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