Citigroup's Legacy

Here's something that may get Smith Barney advisors' blood boiling: Former CEO and Chairman Sandy Weill is still enjoying his 10-year employment agreement with Citigroup, including a full-time car and driver, access to Citi's fleet of jets (two currently on the market) and his lease of the 10,000-square-foot office on the 46th floor of the General Motors building, according to CityFile.com, which

Here's something that may get Smith Barney advisors' blood boiling: Former CEO and Chairman Sandy Weill is still enjoying his 10-year employment agreement with Citigroup, including a full-time car and driver, access to Citi's fleet of jets (two currently on the market) and his lease of the 10,000-square-foot office on the 46th floor of the General Motors building, according to CityFile.com, which covers notable and influential New Yorkers. Now that's some recession-era living.

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