As a rule, Gleacher doesn't talk business on the course. It's just as well, since business is a painful subject lately. In January he quit as chairman of the New York investment bank that carries his name after losing a fight to sell the struggling company. Things only got worse for the bank after that. Employees continued streaming for the exits, and in June, Gleacher & Co. announced that it will be liquidated or sold.
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