GASPARINO: James Gorman Didn't Wuss Out At The Super Bowl Like Blankfein Did Last Year

Charlie Gasparino

Fox Business Network’s senior correspondent Charlie Gasparino Tweeted that he bumped into Morgan Stanley’s chief executive last night at the Super Bowl XLVI. 

Surprisingly, James Gorman didn’t run away from the reporter.  In fact, the pair had a nice little chit-chat, according to Gasparino. 

However, Gasparino can’t say the same for Goldman’s CEO Lloyd Blankfein.

From @cgasparino:

Ran into MS Chief James Gorman at Super Bowl, had nice chat, unlike Blankfein last year he didn’t run away.

Here’s what happened at last year’s pre-Super Bowl party in Dallas.

I just made eye contact with Lloyd Blankfein, Goldman Sachs CEO at a pre-Super Bowl party in Dallas, he saw me and walked the other way.

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