Why JPMorgan Executive Ina Drew Took The Fall For The Firm's Huge Loss
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.
Career Confidential: On Wall Street, Sexualized Views Of Women "Are So Out In The Open"
In a weekly BuzzFeed Shift series, anonymous people reveal how their jobs are not how they seem. Today, a woman recruiter on Wall Street tells contributor Alex Belanger how ingrained the culture of sexism in the financial industry really is.