This morning, The New York Times reported New Year’s resolutions from a few prominent New Yorkers. Here’s what Eliot Spitzer had to say:
I would love to see investment bankers actually do God’s work.
Do we have any idea what qualifies as “God’s work?” Especially on Wall Street where everybody tries to destroy each other? I’ll take a stab at defining it:
- Contribute more to charity.
- Put people to work.
- Find a solution to all the foreclosures.
What do you think?
Comment below so we can get to the bottom of this. I’d especially like to hear from Lloyd Blankfein.