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Wall Street’s Return: Wonderful or Frightful?

It's official: Wall Street's back. That is, the banking industry is just about back to where it was before the financial crisis of 2008 with respect to both profits and staffing. And so, depending on where you stand, the Return of Wall Street is either a sugary sequel to a superhero blockbuster, or a gory sequel to a frightening slasher flick. Read More >

57-Year-Old Proves It’s Never Too Late to Work for a Start-up

Not all start-up employees are unshaven twenty-somethings who wear T-Shirts, sneakers, and jeans to the office. In fact, some are unshaven fifty-somethings who wear T-shirts, sneakers, and jeans to the office. One such employee is Jerry Weiss, a former Citi and JPMorgan Chase banker who, at 57, is by far the oldest-and most experienced-employee of a New York-based start-up called Bond Street. Read More >

In Interviews, Heart and Brains Beats Experience

One of JetBlue Chairman Joel Peterson's guiding principles when it comes to hiring has been looking for heart and brains, at the expense of work experience. Peterson, who is also a former CEO of real estate giant Trammell Crow and who has taught for several years at Stanford Business School, is the subject of the latest New York Times Corner Office column. Read More >

Q&A With a Working Mother on Wall Street

Hilani Kerr is the head of global foreign exchange product sales at Bank of America Merrill Lynch. During her two-decade career, she has worked in Europe, Asia, Australia, and, for the past three years, in New York. In addition to her busy work schedule, she and her husband are raising two daughters-an 11-year old and an eight-year old. I recently spoke to Kerr about how she balances her home life with her work life. Below is an excerpt from that conversation. Read More >

Is Detroit the Coolest City to Work In?

Detroit might not be the safest city, and it's certainly not the richest (in fact, it's the poorest), but it could very well be the coolest city to live and work in right now. Read More >

Startup Jobs in Medical Marijuana

According to a handful of recent polls, a majority of Americans now support the legalization of medical marijuana. This means that legalization, if it hasn't already, is coming to a state near you. It also means that there'll be tons of cash up for grabs once medical marijuana is legal in your state. And so, if you aren't working for or investing in a medical marijuana startup, now might be a good time to get in on the action. Read More >

5 Banks That Care About Climate Change

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50 Best Accounting Firms to Work For

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Why Is Silicon Valley So Un-Family-Friendly?

I find it endlessly fascinating and perplexing that technology, which is supposed to better our lives and simplify them, often proves to complicate our lives and make them more difficult. And it's not just the products that do this but the companies themselves-the employers behind the products. Read More >

Can Working on Wall Street Save Lives?

I have a friend who's worked in BigLaw, for a big Wall Street bank, and for one of the biggest swinging hedge fund managers in the world. In other words, he's made very big bucks. In addition, he has donated a big amount of money to charities and worthy causes. Read More >

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