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November 11, 2017 - Cetera Financial Group's Halloween office party this year, CEO Robert Moore dressed up as the Cowardly Lion from the "Wizard of Oz." A more appropriate costume might have been Hercules, who famously completed 12 labors as a penance, since many observers...
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