Last fall's protest movement is back in full force now that the weather's warmer.
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Sequoia fund manager David Poppe says that investors shouldn't re-elect disgraced CEOs like former Fannie Mae head James Johnson.
Boy, has the month of March been newsworthy for the high-profile investment bank!
Greg Smith's notorious letter of resignation published in the New York Times has spurred Lloyd Blankfein into action.
While Greg Smith's Op-Ed didn't help any, Wall Street already had a recruitment problem.
Turns out their $25 dinner allowance can stretch into grocery, beer orders and even weekend meals.
Allegedly, a $200 taxi fare sent the banker off the rails.