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A million dollars isn’t cool.
Davos proves an uncomfortable place for women, who make up a scant 15% of the World Economic Forum’s attendees. “You have advantages.”
Plus the grooming secrets of 5 real-life Patrick Batemans, 9 of the weirdest items astronauts have taken to space, and the quiz that tells you what kind of Girls critic you are.
What in the world is the stock market? Here are your 10 most basic finance questions, answered.
Plus kids in the most adorable Breaking Bad costumes, a baby delivered by a McDonald’s staff, and 10 urban legends about movies explained.
The courtship of startups by venture capital firms is the greatest love story of our time.
BuzzFeed conducted a highly unscientific, informal survey in the bars of Stone Street to find out what goes on in a finance bro’s heart. Based on a random sample of fellows from Citigroup, Deutsche Bank, and Goldman Sachs, we found that for the bros of Wall Street, the line between feeling objectified and doing the objectifying is blurry.
Phil Kent, the longtime head of Turner Broadcasting, announced Wednesday that he was leaving the company, to be replaced by John Martin, the current chief financial officer of Time Warner. The elevation of Martin puts another business, rather than creative, executive in charge of a Time Warner division.
A helpful guide to Wall Street relationships.
Did I say “intern”? I meant
Wall Street’s little bitch summer analyst.
It looks like talking about the fiscal cliff every ten minutes is starting to take its toll over at CNBC
“Businesses run better when women are treated equally, when women are on the board of directors, when women are involved in startups… You can’t really picture an America where the economy recovers while 50 percent of its citizens aren’t treated equally.”
Facebook’s IPO taught us one thing: In the financial war against machines, we don’t stand a chance.
Drew was one of the top-ranking women on Wall Street — until she resigned following the bank’s $2 billion (and counting) mistake. While many are sad to see one of the very few women in her position leave the business, her resignation wasn’t entirely unfair.
The founder of the financial planning company for women says that more than ever, women are starting businesses and becoming financially independent. And now, they need to know how to protect themselves if they make more money than their fiancés.
People who scroll past this are SO denied. Suze Orman launched a financial revolution today with the announcement of her Approved Card, a prepaid debit card Orman calls “the single most important thing I’ve done in my career” and the cornerstone of her new People First Movement. The best thing about Orman’s announcement (besides the glowing reviews), though, is the auto-tuned rally cry she released yesterday to accompany it. So give the song a listen. Because boyfriend, you cannot afford to miss it!
Provisions in the financial bill will change many ways of doing business.
Prime Minister David Cameron said that Britain’s financial situation is even worse than we thought.
The BP oil slick drifted within striking distance of the Florida Panhandle’s white sand beaches for the first time, raising the stakes another notch as submersible robots made another risky attempt to control the underwater Gulf of Mexico gusher.
The dollar surged to a fresh four-year high against the euro Tuesday as worries that European banks could still face large loan losses next year added to concerns about the continent’s economic outlook.
Kurland, former No. 2 at mortgage company Countrywide, is now raking in the dough by buying up failed mortgages. His story kind of boggles the mind. Read More ›
An illustration of the difference in price (adjusted for inflation) between government spending on the bailout and …other huge stuff. In other words, we’re doomed. View Image ›
PNC is another bank that’s suddenly getting a lot of Google traffic, after it announced plans to buy Cleveland-based National City Corp. with help from the $700 billion government bailout. It’s the first bank to explicitly use the bailout for an acquisition. After the merger, PNC will become the fifth-largest bank in the country.
Alabama’s largest bank is one of the most-searched terms on Google after it announced it will participate in the $700 billion government bailout. Bad mortgages in Florida were a big part of the bank’s problems. Neel Kashkari to the rescue!
What some stocks that were worth $1,000 a year ago would be worth now, plus what you could have done with that money had you spent it on beer instead. The thing about beer can cars is that they don’t handle all that well. View Image ›
A rather macabre stock market trading term that refers to a stock’s sudden rise after a huge drop, without any notable reason. It comes from the phrase “Even a dead cat will bounce when dropped from a great height.”, so you can see why everyone’s all talking about dead cats these days. Cuz, you know, that was a huge drop. Read More ›
Mojo HD’s series about financial investors is the most downloaded reality show on iTunes. It seems a lot of people want to know if the guys and girls of the finance world are, in fact, all about working hard and playing harder. (And being greedy d-bags.) Read More ›