As you may have heard, Jon Corzine is out of a job. While most people with a net worth in the range of $100 million and three grown children would see their sudden unemployment as a time to retire, Jon Corzine is not most people. He needs to work to feel alive and he needs to feel like he’s making a significant impact in whatever he does. That’s why he ran for Senate after being pushed out of Goldman Sachs and that’s why he took on the CEO role at “little-known” MF Global after losing the New Jersey governor race to Chris Christie. But what now? At this juncture, it’s probably safe to say that a career on Wall Street or holding office is out. Assuming he doesn’t go to jail– which some people think he might–** what’s left? Clearly JSC is not going to sit in some poorly lit office pushing papers– he needs a high pressure environment and he needs to do something special. And in one of MF Global’s darkest hours, Corzine shed some light on what that might be. Read more »
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