Spitzenfreude

When Eliot Spitzer fingered ex-NYSE director Ken Langone for Dick Grasso's pay package, Langone told CNBC's Charlie Gasparino, One way or another, Spitzer is going to pay for what he's done to me and the havoc he's caused in the New York business climate. After Spitzer was outed as Client Number 9, Langone told CNBC's Squawk Box, I have never had any doubt about his lack of character and integrity.

When Eliot Spitzer fingered ex-NYSE director Ken Langone for Dick Grasso's pay package, Langone told CNBC's Charlie Gasparino, “One way or another, Spitzer is going to pay for what he's done to me — and the havoc he's caused in the New York business climate.” After Spitzer was outed as “Client Number 9,” Langone told CNBC's Squawk Box, “I have never had any doubt about his lack of character and integrity.” Wall Street's eating schadenfreude for lunch.

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