And also about how it was not going to change.
Seth Merrin is being sued for exhibiting a 1989-level of office horniness in a 2019 office setting.
After being called out for being a cretin at conferences and barely pretending to apologize, it looks like Ken Fisher might be starting to reap the whirlwind of being Ken Fisher.
Even binding arbitration might be getting short Morgan Stanley this week.
Months of self-examination have led men in finance to the mature realization that talking to girls is dumb.
Emil Michael has finally figured out where he'll be tolerated.
Dan Michalow actually filed an official complaint against his former fund.
D.E. Shaw is still spending its days aggressively worrying that it's just another hedge fund full of hedge fund types.
It's another "What? He Quit!" moment out in Newport Beach.
Paul Dexter is going to have to find new ways to enjoy the summer.
This is what happens when you try to steal another man's story, Bloomberg.
An alleged incident of tipsy intern handling has seemingly led to a lot of bitter confusion about how Wall Street works.
Everyone's favorite statue is getting a taste of what life is like for many outspoken women on Wall Street.
But don't worry, Jared Kushner's lawyer will help keep things transparent and ethical.
Be careful what you wish for, Senator(s).
Steve Cohen is now traveling in the the uncanny valley of woker Wall Street office misogyny.
Those interested in showering strippers with company cash are advised to consider life as a Californian.