Rules for CEOs, Senior Managers, Interns and Bob’s Kids – Bob Fitzsimmons, Wedbush

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Spencer Doar

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“Understand the implications, the ramifications of what you do – what it does downstream and what it does upstream. Understand the whole process.” 

What do “Patton,” “The Right Stuff” and “Goodfellas” have in common? They’re all used by Bob Fitzsimmons, executive price president at Wedbush Securities, to illustrate commonsense, but not necessarily common, rules to live by.   

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