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Pandit's Departure Is Long Overdue

By John Maxfield – Updated Apr 7, 2017 at 12:19PM

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It was announced on Tuesday that Citigroup's (C -0.03%) CEO, Vikram Pandit, has resigned his position, effectively immediately. Fool contributor John Maxfield discusses what led to his departure, and what it means for Citigroup's shareholders going forward.

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