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Cream of the Crop Gone Sour: America's Troubled CEOs

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JPMorgan Chase
• James L. Dimon, CEO and Chairman: Harvard Business School (1982), Tufts University (1978)
• Barry L. Zubrow, Executive VP: University of Chicago Law School (1980), University of Chicago Business School (1979), Haverford College (1975)
• Frank Bisignano, CAO: Newport University

Citigroup
• Vikram Pandit, CEO: Columbia Business School (1986); Columbia University MBA (1980), M.S. (1977), B.S. (1976)
• Lewis Kaden, Vice-Chairman and CAO: Harvard Law School (1967), Harvard University (1963),
• Stephen Volk, Vice-Chairman: Harvard Law School (1960), Dartmouth College (1957)
• John Havens: Harvard (1979)

Bank of America

• Kenneth D. Lewis, Chairman, CEO and President: Executive Program at Stanford University, Mack Robinson College of Business at Georgia State University (1969)

Morgan Stanley
• John Mack, Chairman and CEO: Duke University (1968)
• Walid Chammah, Co-President: American Graduate School of International Management (1977), American University of Beirut (1976)
• James P. Gorman, Co-President: MBA Columbia University (1987); BA, JD University of Melbourne

Wells Fargo
• John Stumpf, President and CEO: MBA University of Minnesota, BA St. Cloud State University
• Richard M. Kovacevich, Chairman: MBA Stanford University (1967), BA Stanford (1965)

Goldman Sachs
• Lloyd Blankfein, Chairman and CEO: Harvard Law School (1978), Harvard University (1975)
• Jon Winkelried, President and Co-COO: University of Chicago Booth School of Business (1982), University of Chicago (1981)
• Gary Cohn, President and Co-COO: American University (1982)

Washington Mutual
• Kerry Killinger, CEO: University of Iowa, MBA (1971), BBA (1970)
• Alan Fishman, former CEO: Columbia University (1969), Brown University (1967)
• Stephen Rotella, President/COO: State University of New York (1978)

IndyMac
• Michael Perry, CEO: California State University, Sacramento
• Scott Keys, CFO: Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles

Bear Stearns
• Alan Schwartz, President and CEO: Duke (1972)
• James Cayne, former CEO: attended Purdue

AIG
• Edward Liddy, CEO: MBA from George Washington University (1972), Catholic University of America (1968)
• Robert Willumstad, former CEO: attended Adelphi University

Lehman Brothers
• Richard S. Fuld, Chairman: MBA from NYU Stern School of Business (1973), University of Colorado at Boulder (1969)
• Herbert H. McDade, President and COO: MBA University of Michigan, BA Duke University
• Ian T. Lowitt, CFO: BSc. and MSc. University of the Witwatersrand (Johannesburg), BA and MSc from Oxford

Merrill Lynch
• John Thain, Chairman and CEO: Harvard Business School (1979), MIT (1977)
• Peter Kraus, Executive VP: MBA from NYU (1975), Trinity College (1974)
• Thomas Montag, Global Head of Sales: Stanford (1979)

Bernard Madoff
Hofstra College (1960)

GM: Richard Wagoner, CEO. Harvard Business School (1977), Duke University (1975)

Chrysler: Robert Nardelli, CEO. University of Louisville College of Business (1975), Western Illinois University in Macomb (1971)

Circuit City: Philip Schoonover, former CEO: University of New Hampshire (1978), Boston College; James Marcum, CEO: Southern Connecticut State University (1980)

Sprint: Dan Hesse, CEO: MA, MIT (1989); MBA, Cornell University (1977); University of Notre Dame (1975),

Charter Communications
: Paul Allen, CEO. Attended Washington State University

Sirius/XM Radio:
Mel Karmazin, CEO: Pace University (1967)

Midway Games:
Sumner Redstone, Majority Owner: Harvard Law School (1947), Harvard University (1944); Shari Redstone, Chairman. Tufts (1975)

The final tab:

Harvard: 11
Columbia: 6
Chicago: 4
Duke: 4
Stanford: 4
American University: 2
MIT: 2
NYU: 2
Tufts: 2
University of Iowa: 2

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Why is Jamie Dimon in this list?

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