Highfields co-founder Richard Grubman to retire
By Lawrence Delevingne
Thu Aug 12, 2010
It’s for family reasons, not "Keygate."
Richard Grubman, famous on Wall Street for having been
cursed out by Jeffrey Skilling on an earnings call, and lately
infamous for allegedly throwing his car keys in the face of a
valet, is retiring from Highfields Capital Management, the firm
he co-founded in 1998.
His departure is motivated by a desire to spend more time with
his wife, who has been diagnosed with breast...
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