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Finally, Solomon addressed finance as a career.

He advised the students in the audience to prioritize doing something that is exciting and interesting as soon as possible, rather than taking uninteresting jobs in the hopes that they will eventually become interesting.

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The contest to succeed Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein is over

Just days after the Wall Street Journal reported that Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein is preparing to step down by the end of the year, one of the two main candidates to succeed him is out. 366 more words

Lloyd Blankfein looks ready to leave Goldman Sachs, and the market is fine with it

Perhaps the ultimate ego boost for a long-serving CEO is a plunging stock price when your impending retirement is revealed, while a rally would be the┬ámarket’s way of slapping you in the face. 598 more words

How do you steal $1.2 million worth of wine? Ask the President of Goldman Sachs

A former personal assistant to Goldman Sachs Group Inc. Co-President David Solomon faces federal charges that he stole more than $1.2 million of rare wine from his boss. 612 more words

Drawing Comparisons between South Korean Cities

A few weeks ago I had the opportunity to travel to Busan, which is South Korea’s second largest city. This is a common travel destination for people visiting Korea, as it is offers beautiful beaches and regional specialties of seafood. 637 more words

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Eating Well and Minding your Manners in Korea

One of my favorite aspects of living in Seoul is definitely the food. I’ve treated myself to a number of delicious meals both native to Korea in addition to their unique takes on Western cuisine. 650 more words

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Exploring the Many Attractions of South Korea

Before coming to Seoul for exchange, I had created a short list of things that I’d like to do during my semester abroad. As time went on however, the list quickly grew and it became apparent that there was no way that I could fit in everything that I had originally hoped to do! 579 more words

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