A Day in the Life of Hank Greenberg

Apr. 07, 2009 4:47 AM ETAIG, GS
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A Day in the Life of Maurice “Hank” Greenberg

 

7:00 am:  Wake up.  CD alarm clock plays “It’s All Over Now” by The Rolling Stones.

7:05 am:  Mutters “wasn’t my fault” on the way into the shower.

7:30 am:  Breakfast, includes 2 egg whites, one half grapefruit, one heaping bowl of Gorilla Munch cereal (from Trader Joe’s).

7:45 am:  Phone interview with Financial Times, “Yes, the AIG Financial Products unit was started at my behest, but mainly for the purposes of reading to children and walking old ladies across the street.”

8:30 am:  En route to CNBC Studios in Englewood Cliffs, NJ.  “Hard to Say I’m Sorry” by Chicago on the radio.


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