Goldman's Lloyd Blankfein Wants To Work Until He's 117 Years Old

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Lloyd Blankfein doesn’t plan on retiring any time soon.  From Reuters:

The chief executive and chairman of Goldman Sachs Group Inc said on Wednesday he has no plans to relinquish his duties running the bank.

Speaking to reporters after a breakfast appearance in Chicago, Lloyd Blankfein quipped: “I’m 57. What am I going to do with the other 60 years of my life?”

So there you have it.

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