changes

Some signs you might be in for a career change:

  • You call in sick to do Crossfit
  • You wear your Crossfit clothes under your work clothes
  • You fantasize about doing Crossfit
  • The only time you’re happy is while doing Crossfit

Jay Adams knows what we’re talking about. Read more »

  • 07 Apr 2014 at 3:16 PM

It’s Really Happening


[@ilovestamford via @sallypancakes, earlier]

Back in May, we reported that there was a bit of tension between some growing first year analysts and higher-ups at Goldman Sachs. The issue was that the li’l fellas, antsy to leave the nest, were making arrangements with private equity firms and hedge funds for the following year, when they still had a little more than twelve months left until their two year commitment to GS was complete. And while Mama Lloyd and Papa Gar want nothing more than to see their babies succeed, they also felt like the kiddos were jumping the gun a little bit (and were in violation of the rule that when you live under their roof, you play by their rules, namely that no analyst shall take part in recruiting until six months from the time they’ve finished the two year program). To set an example, a bunch of particularly bad analysts were kicked to the curb and while it probably did put the fear of God into the others, who’ve remained on the straight and narrow ever since, it didn’t make anyone very happy. So now this is happening: Read more »

  • 03 Aug 2011 at 6:17 PM

Layoffs Watch ’11: RBS

RBS has a new internal motto called “Change the Bank.” What do the changes entail? Ixnaying on ealsday ikelay ABN AMRO-ay and firing a couple thousand employees. Read more »