This is not to say he didn't win his office pool-- depending on how bad everyone else's information was, he very well might have. But he clearly did not have the sort of "edge" one would expect from 72 Cummings Point Road. Goldman Sachs President Gary Cohn, on the other hand, had his lucky grundleworking for him, though you won't hear him attributing it to that any time soon.
Stephanie Ruhle: Gary Cohn of Goldman Sachs cinched the bracket victory and officially won our Bloomberg's bracket for a cause. Gary Cohn: All of the east coast guys watch the ACC, they watch the Big East, they look at the Big 10 teams, they don't have the best best records in the country because they beat each other up all year long, but when the Big 10 teams come in and play the other teams they tend to shine...It wasn't dumb luck at all. So I look at the two midwestern guys, Dan Gilbert and myself, picking Michigan State and Wisconsin to be in the Final Four, and I think it was, for guys that watch Big 10 basketball, pretty obvious.