• 31 Jan 2013 at 6:40 PM

Super Bowl XLVII: Everybody Wins

Except for, you know, the team that loses. Read more »

The past few years have been an interesting time for Goldman Sachs. They’ve never lost “it” and in fact have only grown stronger, yet the public seems to have thought otherwise. It got to the point where GS employees were told point blank not to mention the firm’s name in public, and you’d be hard pressed find someone using the phrase “I work at Goldman Sachs” as a means to impress people or get laid. It was like bizarro universe; what’s up was down, what’s down was up and it was a confusing, scary time. But today, we’re happy to report that the universe once again make sense, according to Hollywood, which knows all. Read more »

Today alone we’ve received two bad pieces of news re: bonuses. Expectations at JPMorgan are that they’ll be down 10-15% and at Morgan Stanley, nearly 30%. But! Employees at some firms– be they Goldman, hedge funds, whoever– must be expecting to fare better based on a little word from a little fella. Read more »

  • 06 Nov 2009 at 12:23 PM
  • MBAs

HBS Grad: The Fewer Harvard Business Alums Out There, The Better

For the good of the market, encourage your MBA-candidate friends in Cambridge to pursue careers in the cross-dressing and law enforcement fields.
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2009 Harvard MBA Indicator Shifts to ‘Neutral’ [PDF]
A Contrary Indicator On MBA’s And Stocks [DealBook]