What I am getting at is CNNMoney has just unveiled its annual ranking of the 100 top employers according to MBA students, and Goldman secured the No. 3 spot, just behind that little Internet company called Google (No. 1) and that small no-name consultancy called McKinsey (No. 2). This, of course, gives Lloyd Blankfein bragging rights over his not-so-best-buddy-anymore Jamie Dimon, as Jamie D's JPMorgan Chase placed No. 7 in the rankings.
Other notable financial institution rankings include the still-prestigious firms Blackstone at No. 13 and Morgan Stanley at No. 14 (both just ahead of Microsoft, which ranked No. 15); the highly-desireable European banks Credit Suisse at No. 20 and Barclays Capital at No. 21 (a couple notches ahead of soda-maker PepsiCo at No. 23 and frappuccino-making Starbucks at No. 24); and big banks returning to glory UBS at No. 50 and BofA at No. 51 (edging out oil tycoons Chevron at No. 53 and Exxon Mobil at No. 55).
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