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Richard Parsons to Become Chairman at Citigroup

Richard Parsons to Become Chairman at Citigroup

Change seems to be coming at us from all directions this week. Citigroup, Inc. announced Wednesday that Richard Parsons will take over as chairman. He was also an advisor on President Obama's transition team. Citigroup's shares rose 31% on Wednesday.

We call Richard Parsons a friend of the family. You may enjoy Ariane's great March 2008 interview with him. In this episode of Change Nation, Parsons talks about life after running a major media company, AOL Time Warner, and how he deals with change. His interview is worth bookmarking.

 

Posted: 1/22/09
parvin1953

If this Richard Parsons (a friend of the family) was on Obamas transition team, he must have the same low morals, and is just as liberal as Obama. I am disappointed to find Ariane's organization supporting this rotten group. I thought you were smarter than that.
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