Gleacher is Losing Its Gleacher

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Eric J. Gleacher, a veteran deal maker who participated in the fight over RJR Nabisco, said on Tuesday that he would leave the investment bank he founded about 23 years ago.

The departure of Mr. Gleacher as chairman comes months after his struggling firm hired Credit Suisse to explore a sale.

Gleacher to Leave His Investment Bank [DealBook]
Eric Gleacher Leaving Gleacher [WSJ]

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