Wall Street Warriors

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    Your Employer Will Have No Problem With This

    You might have noticed, due to our lack of posts on the subject, that we couldn’t get it together to watch the second season of Wall Street Warriors. This had a lot to do with the fact that it was impossible to stuff yet another show into our already jam-packed lineup of The Wire and […]

    / Apr 15, 2008 at 4:43 PM
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    Tim Sykes Trades, Writes, Splits Airtime With John Carney

    It’s been a whopping four days since we’ve mentioned Tim Sykes and it goes without saying that everyone’s jonesing for a hit. So we shot an email over to INHD’s biggest star to ask what was a poppin’ and his reply was a curt, “Not much.” This dismissive email obviously got our blood boiling and […]

    / Mar 16, 2007 at 1:28 PM
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    Making $, The Sykes Way

    CNBC.com is in the midst of running its Million Dollar Portfolio Challenge, which is pretty much exactly what it sounds like. Since the gargantuan sum of one million dollars is at stake, the business news channel brought in a couple of experts to offer some advice on how best to play the game. As this […]

    / Mar 12, 2007 at 11:52 AM
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    Explaining The Markets, With Tim Sykes

    When it rains, it pours, as they say. Yesterday we treated you to a little update on everyone’s favorite Wall Street Warrior, Tim Sykes. Today, he was good enough to offer us some insight on The Dow, Punxsutawney Phil, and his friend/housekeeper’s feelings on the scrutiny the media’s placed him—the housekeeper—under, of late. Let’s talk […]

    / Feb 28, 2007 at 4:22 PM
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    Tim Sykes Has The Gargantuan Cojones To Ask His Friends To Clean His Dirty Underwear (And That’s Not Necessarily A Bad Thing)

    Just the other day we were thinking, “We wonder what that Tim Sykes fellow, paragon of modesty and restraint, is up to right now?” Since we knew many of you were thinking that too, we decided to check in with the debatably wunderkindish short-seller, who was more than happy to point us in the direction […]

    / Feb 27, 2007 at 11:15 AM
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    Give Us Tim Sykes Or Give Us Death

    From: Scott Gill Sent: Mon 2/12/2007 5:12 PM To: tips-db Subject: DealBreaker Tip Hi DealMaker [sic] (Bess in particular), This is the (infamous) director/producer of WALL STREET WARRIORS. Love reading your reviews. Guess what… we’re doing another season! This one is going to be much bigger and better then the last! Excited? We’ve started casting. […]

    / Feb 13, 2007 at 12:07 PM
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    Wall Street Warriors, Episode 6: Postmortem

    I’m feeling frisky today and I think we all know why: numero seis marks the final episode of Wall Street Warriors, and my residence in the fiery depths of hell (just kidding, you know Jews don’t go to hell, but bless your heart for thinking otherwise). If that last statement came off as indication that […]

    / Dec 7, 2006 at 5:27 PM
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    Wall Street Warriors, Episode 5: Postmortem

    Clairvoyance can be all fun and games but lest we run wild with our powers (“I knew you were going to say that!”), it’s important to remember that it often comes at a cost. During last week’s fireside chat per Episode 4, I wondered aloud, “How the producers are going to keep you and I […]

    / Nov 30, 2006 at 4:16 PM
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    Wall Street Warriors, Episode 4: Postmortem

    If you’re like me, you were—are—pretty miffed about the fact that INHD didn’t air an episode of Wall Street Warriors last Sunday. Really got your goat/stripped your floors/frosted your cookies, am I right? Whoever over at that network thought it was okay to get us hooked on the fishscale of reality TV and then pull […]

    / Nov 20, 2006 at 4:30 PM
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    Wall Street Warriors, Episode 3: Postmortem

    If we were those glass half empty types, we’d probably be saying something like, “Fantastic. Not only is it a Monday but in light of the fact that we’ve theoretically signed on to cover anything and everything Wall Street Warriors-related, we’ve got to sit through nearly thirty minutes of this claptrap, waste a perfectly good […]

    / Nov 6, 2006 at 5:27 PM
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    Party Crash: Wall Street Warriors, Ad Nauseam

    So you thought another post about Wall Street Warriors was out of the question, did you? Well, guess what? You thought wrong. Dead wrong. You don’t pop open a bottle of wine and start drinking without letting it decant and we don’t take just one shot at the greatest story ever told and call it […]

    / Nov 2, 2006 at 4:01 PM
  • TV, Wall Street Warriors

    Wall Street Warriors, (Legitimately) Episode 2: Postmortem

    Bess here, done with episode one and ready and raring to go with episode two. (And ready, dying, to get back to the first-person plural. I feel naked without it). If the first episode of Wall Street Warriors knocked your socks off, hold on to your pants, because episode two is like the A.D. to […]

    / Oct 30, 2006 at 4:02 PM
  • TV, Wall Street Warriors

    Wall Street Warriors, Episode 2: Postmortem

    But first, a postmortem on episode one. By now you’re likely asking yourselves a few questions—“why is DealBreaker covering the WSW pilot a week late”; “what is this, this Wall Street Warriors”; and “have you ever a been with a woman.” All excellent questions. First of all, we do things differently ‘round these parts. We […]

    / Oct 30, 2006 at 2:16 PM
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    Party Crash: Wall Street Warriors

    In her NYO article on INHD’s new series, Wall Street Warriors, (and specifically, one of its stars, Tim Sykes), Rebecca Dana tells us: “When Timothy Sykes arrived for lunch at the Spotted Pig on Oct. 15—his sixth visit to the West Village gastro-pub in as many days—he was still a little drunk from the night […]

    / Oct 18, 2006 at 2:40 PM

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