As a quasi-practicing Catholic, I thought it providential that at a press conference on Good Friday, former Federal Reserve chairman Paul Volcker, the man saddled with the unenviable job of navigating Andersen out of its current legal and industry maelstrom, began throwing out words like "reformation", "mass," and "resurrection."
There&'s a poignant symbolism there, and to be sure, Volcker didn't miss the opportunity to connect the dots.
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