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You'll Have To Direct Your Train Complaints Elsewhere

You see, Robert Rubin will, apparently, be resigning from Citi.
Update: The Journal has it. To wit:

While Mr. Rubin has defended his performance since joining Citigroup in 1999, insisting that the bank's problems were due to wider turmoil in the financial system, not failures by Citigroup, he is "tired of it," a person familiar with the matter said. Mr. Rubin now wants to focus instead on his non-profit work and other outside interests.

Rubin to Leave Citigroup [The Wall Street Journal]
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