12:30 pm, January 25th | by Colette McIntyre
She’s a smart woman as well the SEC’s first former prosecutor — most SEC chairman have been plucked directly from Wall Street or the pools of private securities lawyers. But she also has experience defending the architects of the 2008 financial crisis. Whose interests will she serve at the SEC?
9:30 am, January 15th | by Meredith Lepore
We all know Wall Street is a boys’ club, but Citigroup just took it to a new level. Chief Executive Michael Corbat announced a long list of promotions and executive changes at Citigroup on Monday and not a single woman made the list.
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.
11:30 am, March 5th | by Hillary Reinsberg
Ordering in food to the office, in our case, means we were either too lazy to bring something in, or it’s raining and we don’t want to trek it to the deli across the street. We’ll usually end up with some $10 Chinese food lunch special and call it a day. On Wall Street, it’s a little different. Like, “I just scammed a $90 surf and turf meal that I didn’t pay for” kind of different.
10:00 am, December 5th | by Hillary Reinsberg
Earlier this Fall, the so-called “junior women” at one of New York’s top investment banks were invited to a networking event at Saks Fifth Avenue. The event began, as many such events do, with a panel of the bank’s “senior women,” who dispensed helpful, albeit oft-repeated career advice. And then, it turned into a fashion show.
Models strutted down a makeshift runway, sporting “work appropriate attire.” The options, of course, were available for purchase afterwards.
9:00 am, December 5th | by Amy Tennery
Sometimes, academic studies prove groundbreaking stuff. Other times, they just confirm trends we already suspected were true. This new report on Wall Street salaries is a bit of both.
9:35 am, November 8th | by Amy Tennery
2:43 pm, October 12th | by Hillary Reinsberg
Wall Street denizens have all kinds of things to say about the current state of the financial services industry. Some say it’s going to be okay, while others say doomsday is imminent. But one says it reminds him of an of-the-moment Italian restaurant in downtown Manhattan. Well, there’s a new one.
9:19 am, September 28th | by Amy Tennery
Rumors this morning suggest that President Obama may have lost one of this last allies on Wall Street, JP Morgan head Jamie Dimon. The claims, however, seem a little, well, off. If Dimon’s really turned his back on Obama all of a sudden, he’s done a heck of a good job pretending otherwise.
9:16 am, September 27th | by Amy Tennery