Sleep Where Vikram Pandit Hath Slept

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Bloombergreports that Uncle Vik has put his 6-bedroom, 6-bath Greenwich, CT weekend house on the market and while experts are skeptical he'll get the $4.3 million asking price, perhaps someone will consider throwing him a bone. Citi shareholders have screwed him yet again and he could use the cash. No zen garden to speak of (cruel world) but there are "rolling grounds" and a lagoon-like pool. Make him an offer.

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