Bloomberg published a very interesting article today about the Good Old Boys Club on Wall Street and how fraternity culture ties into I-Banking hiring practices.
This chain e-mail is older than Gordon Gekko's syphilitic mistress, yet people won't stop e-mailing it to us today because they just discovered the Internet or something.
It's tough to feel a ton of sympathy for real estate brokers, who are, to put it bluntly, overpaid.
This humble cover letter has gone viral around the Wall Street circle because of its honesty.
It's the middle of the day in New York's Financial District.
Creating an effective cover letter is a touch-and-feel kind of thing.
Every Bro knows "Greed is good," the quintessential Wall Street term made popular not just in the movies but in the high-risks, high-rewards world of global finance dealings.
CNBC just released a funny and probably very accurate list of "25 Guys to Avoid on Wall Street," although some of the slots are women to avoid, or gender neutral.
Every week I hear all my friends toiling away at big bank jobs for 100 hours a week complain about how bad the investment banking system is and how badly they wish they could escape it.
Future Bert the Broker.