(Adds Jay Leno comment, detail from conference call, closing stock price) By Joseph A. Giannone and Dan Wilchins NEW YORK, Jan 27 (Reuters) - Citigroup Inc , battered by massive losses that forced a government bailout, named a chief to temporarily oversee assets it is looking to shed, and scrapped plans to buy a $50 million jet that politicians called wasteful. Once the world's largest bank, Citigroup has been humbled by more than $28.5 billion in net losses in the past 15 months, ...
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