Write-Offs: 11.17.10

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$$$ Cornell Senior: "...each fall and spring Goldman recruiters are afforded space on East Hill. The bank, along with the rest of corporate America, pursues Cornell’s best and brightest — tabling at career fairs, holding information sessions and setting up shop in the narrow corridors of Barnes Hall. It vets and interrogates, tests and examines, and eventually it leaves campus with a wish list of eager undergrads. A few months later, those same undergrads are paying for a few rounds of drinks at a celebratory Long Island iced tea night. And come summer, these undergrads have transformed into full-fledged Goldmanites — squeezing every drip of profit out of the rag that is America with conscious abandon — under the tragically correct assumption that the rest of us are, above all else, jealous of them.

This must end. A corporation with Goldman’s track record of bubble-building and profiteering has no place on this campus." [Cornell Sun via BI]

$$$ Citigroup M&A rank droops as bailout stigma bites [Reuters]

$$$General Motors Stock Is Priced at $33 in IPO [WSJ]

$$$HSBC Joins Salary Push Amid Crackdown [WSJ]

$$$Goldman Appoints 16 Women Partners [FINS]

$$$Obama to Honor Buffett, George H.W. Bush With Freedom Award [Bloomberg]

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