If you want to make things easy on yourself, go after an economics major, says Bloomberg TV, which cautions people to avoid philosophy, education, and earth science concentrators, who make up "the least promiscuous majors." Just don't get too excited about your odds, though, warns anchor Scarlet Fu, noting that "we are far from the free loving days," during which Paul Krugman shot fish in a barrel.
Bloomberg TV Anchor Could Come Up With 'A Lot Of Good Jokes' About Getting Pissed On But Won't
This is a serious conversation about investing though, so please, continue what you were saying. Leave that kind of smut to the other networks. Interviewee: "There are basically two kinds of waterfalls, the American version and the European version." Interviewer: "I'm sure there are a lot of good jokes in here but I'll hold my tongue and let you keep going." Bob's Buzzword of the Day: `Waterfall' [Bloomberg TV]
Goldman Sachs Beats Throngs Of College Kids Off With A Stick
Are you among the people who mistakenly believe working for Goldman Sachs has lost its luster? That the youth of America no longer spend nights dreaming about what it'd be like to bask in the glow of Lloyd Blankfein? That a guy who couldn't tie his shoes 'til he was 22 was able to ruin the picture they had their minds of what it would be like to one day, if they worked really hard, have Gary Cohn hike up one leg, plant his foot on a their desk, his thigh close to their face, and ask how markets were doing? Then you don't have a clue. Goldman’s program has grown so big that the firm has to break their start date into two groups. This week welcomed the lucky few selected for “revenue” businesses, like investment banking and trading. Next week brings “services” workers, COO Gary Cohn said at a conference Thursday. Vampire squids, Greg Smith and Delaware judges can’t keep the applicants away. “Our application pool this year was greater than it ever has been,” Cohn said. Goldman Sachs Still Hot With The Youths [Deal Journal] Related: Goldman Sachs President Gary Cohn Likes To Speak To Employees On A Grundle-To-Face Basis