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Dealbreaker NCAA Tournament Challenge: Final Results

And the winner of dinner at Peter Luger, an I Heart Dealbreaker button, a Greenlight Capital messenger bag, a Pershing Square golf umbrella, Third Point running sneakers, and a Blackstone overnight bag that you could legitimately fit several bodies in is: Benjamin W., with 154 points and Kentucky for the win. BW, please email us to collect your goody-bag. As was the case last year, the nine people who nearly won but, in fact, still lost, will be receiving a consolation in the form of an I Heart DB button. Those people are: Economic Prophets Frank F. GM Bones Katherine L. Lauren W. Matt R. Wildebeest Ben J. DHP Get in touch to let us know where the enviable prize should be sent.

Housekeeping: Dealbreaker Is Looking For Columnists

Do you want to write things on Dealbreaker? We are looking for a few more regular columnists to write regularly on the areas of their expertise and interest. Topics could include private equity, hedge funds, b-school, stripping one’s way through b-school, or something that has absolutely nothing to do with any of those things but which you are particularly passionate about. Topics like "what I am thinking about this week" or "finance!" will probably be less successful. If you are interested, and can commit to writing a column each week or so, please get in touch and tell us who you are (a resume if you want, or just what you do) and what you'd like to write about. A sample post on your idea would also be great. As always, if you are currently gainfully employed on Wall Street (and would like to stay that way) for a firm that would not look favorably on a part-time writing career, anonymous/pseudonymous columns are fine.