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Morgan Stanley Vice-Chair No Longer Too Big To Fail

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Morgan Stanley vice-chairman Rob Kindler had the license plate 2BG2FAIL last year in an homage to the crisis. Now, Andrew Ross Sorkin reports, Bobby has swapped it out for the below because "no one is too big to fail," and because Vikram offered him twenty bucks so the Citi CEO could get in on the joke.

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