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Cantor Joining New York Investment Bank As Vice Chairman

NEW YORK (CBSDC/AP) — Former House Majority Leader Eric Cantor is joining investment bank Moelis & Co. as vice chairman and managing director.

Cantor — who had a surprising loss to David Brat in Virginia’s June primary — will also become a board member, the New York company said Tuesday. 254 more words

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Ex-House majority leader Eric Cantor joins Wall Street investment bank

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Eric Cantor’s post-congressional career will take him to the lucrative world of investment banking on Wall Street.

The former House majority leader, who was stunningly defeated in a Virginia GOP primary, has joined Moelis & Company as vice chairman and managing director. 333 more words

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Interwebbed: Post-Labour Day Cyber and Crypto News

Well, I suspect I don’t have to tell you there’s one and only one top story today and it begins with P.O.R.N. and ends with Jennifer Lawrence’s lawyer buying a yacht. 246 more words

Hackers

New York - Wonders of Financial Journalism

On Monday afternoon ‘City wolves’ hit the Wall Street and had a lecture by Robert Ivry, Bloomberg Investigative Reporter and Editor, who helped Bloomberg sue The Federal Reserve… 315 more words

Journalism

A Goal without a plan is a Wish

In the ever changing world of today the future of the global economy has never been more uncertain. Combine this uncertainty with an overwhelming choice of investment options and the task of managing your finances and planning for the future can be extremely difficult. 308 more words

Financial Planning

Asia stocks rise on S&P high, China stimulus hopes

Asian stock markets rose Monday, lifted by another record high on Wall Street and expectations of stimulus in China after its manufacturing growth slowed. Investors looked ahead to this week’s U.S. 14 more words

Obama conducts full pro-1% Presidency and they lynch him for it!

From CNBC here:

You can”t win with these motherfuckers.

Damned if you kiss their ass, damned if you don’t.

What has really failed are the collective policies of our ruling class — excessive warmongering, a hollowing out of our industrial base by outsourcing, favoring speculation over labor, and my favorite, the frickin’ bailout. 28 more words

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