Citi interns who received offers from the bank partied on a yacht the other night in the New York harbor, according to DealBreaker. Oh, and there was a limbo. Jealous?
A Credit Suisse intern who is the son of a hedge fund manager is also a frat-tastic DJ. Now, the ultimate decision awaits him: finance, or music? Or both?
A JPMorgan intern, who has his dual citizenship, qualified for the Olympic trials for the javelin in both Canada and the U.S. Which country will he choose?
A Dartmouth undergrad penned an op-ed about how he’s sickened by Wall Street campus recruiting tactics. Is he just a jealous kid or the future financial press?
RBS is expected to cut 2,000 jobs.
Elena Ambrosiadou has been accused of spying on employees, including her ex-husband, but she apparently did it for the good of her firm. Today, she is the No. 1 “Most Viewed People” on Bloomberg.
Hugh Hefner’s son-in-law, who is also a former U.S. senator, has been accused of insider trading in Playboy stock. He allegedly traded on tips he got from his wife, the former CEO of the firm.
James Fleishman, a former sales manager at Primary Global Research who was arrested in an insider trading probe, is asking the judge throw out the wiretap, according to Reuters.
Morgan Stanley is expected to sell its mortgage-servicing arm Saxon Mortgage Services, according to the New York Post.
Sequoia Capital recently invested $37 million in Stella & Dot, a “social selling company” that sells jewelry and accessories exclusively through in-home trunk shows and online. The owner projects the revenue will be at about $200 million. Last year, the site generated revenue of $104 million.