Dick Fuld's Advisory Business Is Starting To Take Off

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According to Charlie Gasparino, who's been tailing him.

Dick Fuld had been keeping a low profile even as he set up his own advisory firm with an office in midtown Manhattan. But sources with direct knowledge of Fuld's business activities said things have been picking up steam in recent weeks. He has had at least one meeting with financial executives involving a private equity transaction, these people say, adding that Fuld appeared unconcerned about the multiple investigations into his actions during Lehman's 2008 demise.

"It was bizarre," said one person with direct knowledge of the matter. "He acted as if he has nothing to worry about."

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