Citigroup Traders Hula-Hoop for Veterans

by Derek Loosvelt | November 10, 2010

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They also throw the boccie ball, stage a tug of war, hold a putting contest and compete in other feats of strength, according to Dealbook.

Meanwhile, JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon "announced plans this week to make the hiring of former military personnel a priority and hosted a luncheon on Wednesday at the bank’s Park Avenue offices for about 135 veteran who are now employees." And BofA "was recognized [yesterday] by the Securities Industry and Financial Markets Association for a series of recruitment and support programs it offers soldiers and their families."

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