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Wall Street Firms Adopt Family-Friendly Work Policies

Wall Street firms don’t exactly have a reputation for being family-friendly work environments. The stereotype is often true, that employees are expected to work long hours and forego their personal lives. 292 more words


How Do American Banks Compared to Canadian Banks (Part 2)?

In the last post, we have evaluated the financial statements of JPMorgan Chase & Co. and Bank of America.

In this post, we would look at Wells Fargo, Citigroup and Goldman Sachs and see if they have durable competitive advantage. 472 more words

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Hollywood Cashes in as Mobile Providers Ante Up to Hook Customers With Free Programming

Consumers who line up for the new iPhone this week will once again get seemingly irresistible offers from the big carriers. But this time around, telcos have something more to offer than just lucrative trade-in deals and deeply discounted iPads: “Game of Thrones,” “Stranger Things” and other hot TV shows, for free. 994 more words


Selling data to feed hedge fund computers is one of the hottest areas of finance right now

Kumesh Aroomoogan has come a long way from his days at Wall Street bank Citigroup, where his job was to stay on top of breaking news. 639 more words

NSRCEL third among India’s top 45 Technology Incubators: Entrepreneur India

Magazine lists MOOCs, workshops, go-to-market orientation, seed funding support, India Innovation Challenge, Women’s Start-up Program, and NSRCEL Social as some the achievements which helped NSRCEL bag the coveted spot… 465 more words


Government by Goldman, by Gary Rivlin and Michael Hudson

Well which is it: is the government being run by the military, or by Goldman Sachs, or a combination of the two? From Gary Rivlin and Michael Hudson at the intercept.com: … 264 more words