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The rewards of sin

23 November 2009 By Antony Currie

Sure, pay is right up there. And the ability to sell their stock holdings might fuel excessive risktaking, as a Harvard study suggests. But investment banking bosses are also driven by power, prestige and, in bubbles, a belief that they know best. That is hard to guard against.

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