CEO Speaks: Making Peace

THE BOSS DIDN'T ALWAYS GET IT RIGHT, SAYS CITIGROUP'S SANDY WEILL IN A CANDID MEMOIR

He was a Wall Street upstart from Brooklyn 50 years ago. Since then, Citigroup chairman Sandy Weill got rich and famous building an empire that culminated with the Travelers-Citicorp merger in 1998. In the process he walked away once and busted up with friends like Jamie Dimon. Weill, 73, has written The Real Deal, on his dealmaking and how things could have gone smoother. He spoke with TIME's BILL SAPORITO about mending fences, how to keep marriages strong and his focus on philanthropy.

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