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The weirdest CEO moments of 2005
Just when we thought we'd seen it all -- $241,000 at a strip club?
December 15, 2005: 1:55 PM EST
By Eugenia Levenson, FORTUNE
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NEW YORK (FORTUNE) - When chief executive Patrick Byrne went Star Wars on a quarterly conference call this summer -- deriding a shadowy figure he called the "Sith Lord" -- he set the investment community buzzing. Other company leaders have raised eyebrows in surprising ways this year too.

Here are a few of the highlights, from AIG's Hank Greenberg (Lesson: Keep your pet's health records at home) to Hollinger's Conrad Black (Lesson: Cover the security camera or wear a disguise) to Mass Mutual's Robert O'Connell (Lesson: Be nicer to your wife).


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