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Pity the poor bankers -- or not
Thousands of London investment bankers have lost their jobs or jumped ship. How are they faring? Some have reinvented themselves as entrepreneurs.
From banker to janitor -- all in a day's work
To get herself out of debt, one banker had to take a very different kind of job.
Bankers jump on Super PAC bandwagon
Friends of Traditional Banking wants to target a few close Congressional elections rather than spreading their money around to a lot of politicians hoping they'll vote in their interests.
The Devil Wears Pinstripes
A New York Times op-ed by a former Goldman Sachs executive director illuminates the long, slow slide of Wall Street's culture and the divisions within the industry.