2:00 pm, February 15th | by Colette McIntyre
Warning: This article will be peppered by horrendous ketchup puns and jokes, the type that belong on a popsicle stick and not in a news piece. This is because I am a professional.
11:00 am, April 5th | by Rebecca Srulowitz
Kirsten Gillibrand believes that a woman will become chief executive of a major bank before we have a female president.
12:29 pm, February 6th | by Hillary Reinsberg
It’s a fairly unexpected move: Goldman Sachs Chairman CEO Lloyd Blankfein is standing up for same-sex marriage. Some critics are lauding him for supporting a liberal cause in a conservative industry, while others are saying Goldman might lose clients as a result. With all due respect to Blankfein and his clout, we’d be surprised if his statement really ruffled that many feathers either way.
10:34 am, January 19th | by Hillary Reinsberg
Here’s a new business worth putting on your radar: Clear Alternatives, a brand spanking new asset management firm that’s focused on getting more women to the top of the financial sector. But how?
4:43 pm, January 15th | by Hillary Reinsberg
Anne Finucane is not a banker, but the reputation of Bank of America has somehow fallen into her hands.
12:32 pm, November 23rd | by Amy Tennery
Working in finance pretty much bites for everyone this year. First there’s the matter of that whole “occupy” thing and reports about how godawful it is to be a banker just keep cropping up. Meanwhile roughly 200,000 people in the financial sector are expected to lose their jobs before the end of the year, and it’s a safe bet that (out of those lucky few who get to stick around) not a lot of people are getting promotions like they used to.
But yet another report shows that while it stinks for everyone, it’s an especially big bummer to be a woman in finance. Oh joy.
12:18 pm, November 17th | by Hillary Reinsberg
There’s been a good deal of hype around the premise of “Wall Street Wives” in and of itself. That hype just got bigger, as the show’s creator confirmed the cast to Mogulite and told us that one of the “wives” is in fact a gay husband.
We spoke with the show’s creator Devon Fleming, who confirmed that the show has cast a man named Ron, who is, like the wives, married to a male Wall Street exec.
9:30 am, November 14th | by Amy Tennery
The guy who “does God’s work” has collided head-first with the people who actually do God’s work. Awkward.
5:53 pm, November 11th | by Hillary Reinsberg
The cast for Wall Street Wives, the Real Housewives-esque show about the wives of finance types, was announced over the summer. It didn’t feature anyone all that exciting. Until now.
2:25 pm, November 11th | by Hillary Reinsberg
As you’ve heard by now, Wall Street firm MF Global went bankrupt and CEO Jon Corzine is out of a job. As of today, so are over 1,000 other people.
The firm fired 1,066 of its employees today — not a huge shock as the company liquidates.