Eileen Murray gets (at least some share) of what was coming to her.
Assuming, that is, that the janitor is a man.
It’s going to have to check and recheck its machine to see how someone so unPrincipled suck through.
Eileen Murray’s not tolerating any dishonesty here.
When others violate Principles, it should cost them $100 million, according to Bridgewater.
Eileen Murray intends to get paid.
The self-regulator’s new chairperson would like to know.
Radical transparency requires the Svengali-philosopher king to run around shouting “Fake news!”
Even for one of Bridgewater’s most ardent culture carriers, a decade at the firm is more than enough.
If Wells Fargo wants Bridgewater's Eileen Murray to be its next CEO, then Wells Fargo might actually be ready to change.
Virtual Ray Dalio apparently ready to achieve The Singularity on April 16th.
Bob Muh, come on down!
Bridgewater hires an evaluator for its evaluator because Bridgewater does not f@$% around, you guys.