Lucy Gao

  • Aleksey Vayner, Lucy Gao, Plotkin, Sadly, Not Yet True, Warren Buffett

    Aleksey Vayner Responds To Lucy Gao’s Personal Ad

    Of course, this hasn’t actually gone through the trouble of actually happening. Yet. It’s just the latest from the warped minds at the Long Or Short Capital blog. The set up is that Lucy Gao takes out a personal ad inviting readers to a “party” that is taking place in her pants. And Aleksey responds. […]

    / Oct 17, 2006 at 3:54 PM
  • Lucy Gao, Morgan Stanley

    Morgan Stanley Firings: Where There’s One You Can Be Sure There Are More

    I’m sorry, but it’s a fact that there’s such a thing as manners. A way of treating people. These fish have manners. In fact, I’m starting a new company and the fish will come with me. Call me sentimental, but the fish are coming with me. Morgan Stanley Fallout From Andy Xie E-Mail Costs Two […]

    / Oct 12, 2006 at 12:25 PM
  • FOREX, Lucy Gao, Morgan Stanley

    Andy Xie: Economists Who Cannot Remember The Past Are Doomed To Repeat It

    Andy Xie. Andy Xie, Andy Xie, Andy Xie. Hast thou learned nothing from Lucy Gao? I participated in the panels on commodity and China-India and in some obligatory dinner parties. On Friday night, the Singapore PM invited the speakers at the meetings that Singapore government organized. Trichet, Larry Summers, Paul Volker, Chuck Price, the finance […]

    / Oct 6, 2006 at 11:30 AM
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    Lucy Gao: Now Even Bloggier!

    Now you can have all your Lucy Gao in one spot. That’s right. Someone’s gone out and started a blog dedicated to our Lucy. It’s mostly stuff you’ve seen around here before but if you’re just joining us for the Gao story, you can catch up on things over there. Or you can feast yourself […]

    / Aug 31, 2006 at 3:58 PM
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    Wearing Your Lucy Gao

    Well that didn’t take long. It’s only been a few days since Lucy Gao’s email went global, and already she’s a t-shirt. There are more in the NYCBuzz store. Our favorite (pictured here) reads: “Lucy Gao kicked me out of the Ritz. (I arrived at 9.01 pm)” Lucy Gao T-Shirts [Cafe Press]

    / Aug 30, 2006 at 1:35 PM
  • banking culture, Citicorp, Lucy Gao

    Obsessive Party Girl Lucy Gao Keeps On Emailing

    Two emails purportedly from Citigroup intern Lucy Gao have emerged in the aftermath of the world-wide forwarding of her borderline obsessive-compulsive invitation to a birthday party at the Ritz. The first is a thank you to her guests. The second is an attempt to explain her invitation—she claims it was a joke but this could […]

    / Aug 29, 2006 at 4:16 PM
  • Citicorp, Lucy Gao

    Lucy Gao Video: Now Baby I’m Sure

    We cannot get enough of Lucy Goa, so we were pleased to find this video of our very, very organized gal on YouTube. It’s an introduction to studying engineering at Oxford, and there is very little sign of the military like planning abilities that Lucy demonstrated while interning at Citigroup. Make sure you watch Lucy’s […]

    / Aug 28, 2006 at 9:12 AM
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    Love Letter To Lucy Gao

    The lovely Lucy Gao has brought Leveraged Sellout out of his long slumber. It seems that the kiss of her mind-scrambling, over-organized, militarily precise birthday invitation has awoken something we didn’t know he had earlier—a heart. We’re not sure that his kinda, sorta racist approach is very likely to work, however. To be honest, I’m […]

    / Aug 25, 2006 at 4:11 PM
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    Lucy Gao’s Birthday in Pictures

    Lucky Lucy Gao, the Citigroup intern whose birthday party invite launched a thousand forwards, has now earned her own thread on the Oxford Gossip site. (Which we last visited during the bottled banker affair.) There’s the usual snide comments habitual to the Oxford gossipers but the real prize is a set of pictures supposedly taken […]

    / Aug 25, 2006 at 2:40 PM
  • banking culture, Citicorp, Lucy Gao

    We’re Sure The Party Was Really Fun, Though

    Investment banks like to hire organized, driven Type-A personalities. But some of these folks take things a little bit far. At Citigroup in London, one young equity analyst has clearly gone over the edge, if the birthday party invitation below is any indication. Not only does she give the precise arrival times for each guest—broken […]

    / Aug 24, 2006 at 12:24 PM

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