Alan Greenspan, Back In The Dugout

The 81-year-old former chairman of the Federal Reserve recently signed on as a senior advisor at Deutsche Bank (at an undisclosed salary). Only time will tell how the economist who helped shape modern financial markets will fare steering a smaller vessel. Our guess is he'll be fine he has his own financial advisory firm, and has drawn an $8.5 million advance on his memoirs.

The 81-year-old former chairman of the Federal Reserve recently signed on as a senior advisor at Deutsche Bank (at an undisclosed salary). Only time will tell how the economist who helped shape modern financial markets will fare steering a smaller vessel. Our guess is he'll be fine — he has his own financial advisory firm, and has drawn an $8.5 million advance on his memoirs.

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