Quiet doc, lavish insider: A parallel life

The New York Times, December 17, 2012
While he appeared a grandfatherly academic, Dr. Sidney Gilman, 80, was living a parallel life, one in which he regularly advised a wide network of Wall Street traders through a professional matchmaking system. Those relationships afforded him payments of $100,000 or more a year—on top of his $258,000 pay from the University of Michigan.

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