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Dick Fuld Ready To Hit The Party Circuit Again

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After keeping a fairly low profile over the past 6 years, following the whole implosion of Lehman Brothers situation, Fuld announced Monday night that he's ready to rock. Text him the details of this weekend's rager and he's there, assuming the ole ball and chain doesn't have other ideas.

The occasion was MoMA’s annual film benefit, honoring director and screenwriter Alfonso Cuaron (‘Children of Men,’’ “Y Tu Mama Tambien”) and raising more than $1.1 million for preservation and acquisition in the museum’s film department...Former Lehman Brothers CEO Dick Fuld said he was attending the event with his wife Kathy, a museum trustee. “She has me on a tight leash, and I do what I’m told,” he said. Asked if he’s going out more, he said, “I plan to. It’s a new day.”

Scene Last Night: Billionaires in 3D Glasses Talk Movies [Bloomberg via @wiliamalden]


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