A Win for Heard in the Suite

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Muffie Benson-Perella (muffie AT dealbreaker.com) is an Associate in the Investment Banking Division of a "Bulge Bracket" bank. She holds a B.A. in French and Art from Vassar College and an M.B.A. from Harvard Business School. Her regular column "Heard in the Suite" is a probing (and, ahem, fictional) weekly look into the secret lives and behind the velvet curtains of the investment banking world.
I know that some people have a hard time believing that a woman can write a serious investment banking column and there is no small amount of jealousy out there. I do want to point out, however, that my hard work and creative thinking allowed Dealbreaker to scoop DealBook's boring piece on the topic and everyone else with my original "Apple and Microsoft" merger article. Now, suddenly, everyone agrees with me and DealBook didn't even bother to cite me. Really, I think that's quite low brow. How rude. That's why I never read the New York Times. Ugh.
It feels like the late 1990s all over again! Everything is possible with creative investment bankers doing the creative thinking.
Some anonymous commenter disingenuously suggested that a bland tech article was published before I wrote anything but this is totally false. I wrote my Apple piece 24 hours before it was published, and therefore 18 hours before the bland tech article was published. Like I would read some online tech magazine called "TechNewsWorld."

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