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    Area Financial Services Employees Putting The Finishing Touches On Their Burning Man Costumes

    Though money’s not allowed when you get to Burning Man, there aren’t any rules about how much change you drop before you head to the playa. As is so often the case when festivals become popular, the original stash of artistic, perma-shrooming, ambiguously-employed “Burners” who flocked to the Nevada desert every August for the last […]

    / Aug 28, 2013 at 4:50 PM
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    Who Said It?

    “Each of us does and says things at one point or another in our lives we regret,” [redacted] told TheWrap. “The costume I wore to the fundraiser [in which I appeared in blackface] was one such thing for me.”

    Hopefully you answered James Montgomery, CEO of boutique investment bank Montgomery & Co, as that was the answer we were looking for. Montgomery, whose costume also featured African tribal wear and a stuffed gorilla and was captured on a video released today, continued:

    “While I can understand that some people may have read something other than what was intended into my wearing that costume to a costume party [at the annual fundraising event for St. Matthew’s Parish School], as anyone who knows me would attest, that is not consistent with my beliefs nor is it with who I am,” Montgomery added. “I am sick about the false impression it gave. All I can do now is to do what I did then and apologize for any offense I may have caused.”

    Tom Hanks calls fundraiser blackface video ‘hideously offensive’ [MSNBC]

    / Mar 21, 2012 at 4:34 PM
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    We’ve Got Your Office Holiday Party Right Here

    Are you employed by an organization that jumped on the Holiday Party Ban bandwagon back in ’08 and never got off, or chose to downsize what were once magical affairs where anything could happen to a bunch of people milling around in the lobby? This year, do you want all that to change? Do you […]

    / Dec 7, 2011 at 5:44 PM
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    Some Robin Hood Dinner Attendees Got More Into The Spirit Than Others

    Greenlight Capital’s Jennifer Goff and Amelia Wierzbicki, acting on a dare by COO Daniel Roitman, who is said to have “promised to donate $2,000 for each couple who showed up at the event in Robin Hood outfits.” [Bloomberg]

    / May 10, 2011 at 4:53 PM
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    Meredith Whitney Dressed Up As Paris Hilton For The Company Halloween Party This Afternoon

    First, though, a story. One of the common refrains you hear from the critics of Wall Street is that financial services employees don’t build anything or make anything. To them, it means you don’t do anything for society. We know that’s not true but because one can’t reach out and touch your product, they like […]

    / Oct 29, 2010 at 3:25 PM
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    Tool Of The Week: What To Expect In The 27th Goldman Interview

    As many of you are aware, most Goldman applicants are interviewed at least 20 times before they are made an offer and some more than 30. To that end, a couple months back we instituted a new series re: what to expect during various rounds of your GS vetting. The last time we met, we […]

    / Jul 23, 2010 at 4:16 PM
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    Real Housewives Of Hedge Funds Inching Closer To Reality?!

    We’ve long been of the opinion that what the Real Housewives series could really use is a hedge fund edition. Alex Cohen, Biff’s old lady, Eddie’s girl, Mrs. PTJ would all make for sensational television and I know I’m not alone in saying I would truly do unspeakable things to have Lisa Falcone and her […]

    / Jun 3, 2010 at 3:45 PM
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    Melissa Francis Needs Help

    / Oct 12, 2009 at 2:56 PM

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