There was an article in the NY Post this morning about the divorce battle between John Duffy, the CEO of the Keefe, Bruyette & Woods investment bank, and his wife. The article focused on the gifts Duffy had lavished on his girlfriends. But what struck me most about the article were its pictures of Duffy. His face seemed to embody all of the arrogance, conceit, and piggishness that many associate with Wall Street:
We're not supposed to judge people by something so superficial as appearance, and perhaps the Post chose these pictures knowing how prejudicial they would be. But Duffy's expressions do give a very distinct impression of his personality.