07/25/2011 09:31 am ET Updated Sep 24, 2011

Inside Lloyd Blankfein, The 'Dr.Evil' Of Wall Street

Dressed down in shirt sleeves and scuffed loafers, he doesn't seem so much like the Devil, as Don Imus has taken to calling him, than someone you might meet at a bowling alley. He is pale and a little saggy around the middle, with no visible tail and a smooth pate where his horns ought to be. He is a product of Establishment-era Harvard, but his cadence owes more to Woody Allen-era Brooklyn, where he grew up. He cannot resist a one-liner.

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