Both of which are completely unnecessary for purpose, but apparently necessary to maintaining Wall Street’s culture or something.
Cool bro Mikey Corbat is embracing that millennial management vibe.
You'll find out when Goldman is good and ready for you to find out.
And a quarter have a right mind to walk.
And un-employing people born prior to 1978.
But not at themselves for apparently not knowing what the job of first year analyst entails.
What we have here is a teachable moment.
Declan Garrity and Barclays have parted ways.
"Confusion and upset."
The Swiss bank is letting analysts put on associate pants after just two years.
Apparently bonus numbers anywhere in the ballpark of Citi's are enough to make a junior banker wonder about options elsewhere.
Drinks on first-year analysts?
The littlest members of Team Citi are said to be very disappointed in how Friday's bonus conversations shook out.
While associates on up are said to be going into the weekend feeling good about life.
Huge, pitch book-shaped changes are coming to the bank.
Their firings now need require an asterisk.
Cheating on internal training exams: so hot right now.
If one considers being fired and likely blacklisted from the industry after less than 24 months on the job 'poorly'. Which one just might.
Senior bankers, less so.
The good news is they can always sue.
An unprecedented act of generosity has taken place.