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Karma-Duped: A Cautionary Tale About the Murky World of Venture Lending
Greg Selkoe, Entrepreneur
9 Jobs That Teach You How to Hustle (PHOTOS)
Alicia T. Glenn
Work is hard, but there are certain jobs that may require a little more grit than others. Those that can successfully navigate through these professions will come out with an exceptional work ethic that can set them up for success anywhere.
The Amazing Harbinger of the Dow's 531-Point Slide, August 21, 2015
Timothy J. Barnett
Professor of Political Science at Jacksonville State University
How could a stunning one-day decline in a 2,000 point index be projected within 2 points of the 1971.89 close? How could the Dow's ninth largest point decline ever, and largest point decline since August 8, 2011, be projected within one percent?
Who Really Controls Wall Street, and Why It Matters
We have to remember that the same banks responsible for so much of the financial strife, confusion, and crisis are guided by social forces. When we believe our financial systems are beyond our control, we neglect our responsibility to those most impacted by its flaws.
P2P Lending Is Dead
Founder & Chief Executive Officer, American Homeowner Preserva...
First, disco bit the dust. Then, punk rock keeled over. Now, peer-to-peer lending has been annihilated. Who murdered P2P? Wall Street.
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WATCH: I Quit My Job Because I Was Way Too Overpaid
Tigers or Coal? India Makes a Choice
Author, 'Churchill's Secret War: The British Empire and the Ra...
The retort appears to be the Indian government's stock response to concerns that its planned expansion of coal mining is so immense that it could render extinct the tiger population of central India.
Wall Street's Rap Sheet Tells a Harrowing Story
Anthony W. Orlando
Assistant Lecturer in the Sol Price School of Public Policy at...
In recent years, we have developed an unhealthy habit of blaming the borrower, but there are two parties in every financial contract -- and the lender is almost always the more experienced, more sophisticated, and more powerful of the two.
LGBT Retirement Money
Steve Schullo and Dan Robertson
Authors, 'Late Blooming Millionaires: A Financial Story and In...
Five ways to find the money to help fund those later years: controlling housing and transportation costs, social security, company retirement plans, and self-directed savings. A fiduciary advisor, fee-only (paid by the hour), can be an excellent source for help.
Dodd-Frank on a Precipice
Oil trader; CNBC Contributor and TheStreet.com columnist; Auth...
The Dodd-Frank rulemaking process, now in its fourth year, has been so long, wonky and arcane that it has entirely lost the interest of the public and the press -- as perhaps was the plan of its detractors.
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'Cut and Invest' vs. Austerity
President and Founder, Progressive Policy Institute
President Obama's new budget attempts to define a progressive alternative to conservative demands for a politics of austerity. European progressives are wrestling with the same challenge, and are reaching similar conclusions.
Do Hedge Funds Care? Yes, They Really Do!
Wealth Marketing Strategies, The Rudin Group
Who better than professional money managers to raise and invest funds while applying the skills that make them successful in their day jobs to philanthropic initiatives?
Why Harvard Students Go Into Anything but Politics
Harvard University student, 'Crimson' editorial writer
Political paralysis is nothing; Washington will regain animation based on the sheer force of your arguments. Senator [insert last name here] sure sounds nice, doesn't it?
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Bad News For Workers At This Major Bank
What Employers Really Look For In Job Candidates: Someone To Hang Out With
Bad News For i-Bankers
Investment Bank Tells Other Investment Banks To Fire People
WATCH: Financial Firm Finally Covers 'Call Me Maybe'
Sandy Weill's Bank Breakup Hindsight isn't 20-20
CNBC contributor, entrepreneur & author
While the repeal of Glass-Steagall was certainly a part of making our system fragile to the point where it is at today, thinking that a simple solution like breaking up the banks will be the panacea that we seek is incredibly naïve.
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Veterans -- The Financial Services Industry Wants You!
Have you struggled to break into the financial services job market? The finance industry is actively seeking military talent due to their maturity, professionalism, and problem-solving abilities.
Ex-Wells Fargo CEO: 'Investment Bankers Are Risky, Not Investment Banking'
At Goldman Sachs, Something In The Water
How to Fix a Banker's Heart
Founder/Host, Cafe Impact
Economic opportunity and economic justice depends on good banks. We need bankers pumping capital into underserved communities, into innovation and into companies of societal consequence.
Why Jamie Dimon Will Rebound
Chief Business Correspondent, U.S. News and author of 'Rebound...
By acknowledging that he screwed up, Dimon showed the kind of forthright accountability we should expect in all types of leaders. It may even make him a better CEO.
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