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US News: Scott Rostan “How to Invest in the Evolving Telecom Sector”

http://money.usnews.com/investing/articles/2016-11-04/how-to-invest-in-the-evolving-telecom-sector By Matt Whittaker | Contributor While it isn’t a sure thing if or when the latest telecom merger between AT&T (ticker: T) and Time Warner (TWX) will be completed, it’s clear that in the telecom sector, content is still king. The $85.4 billion deal – which rises to $108.7 billion when Time Warner’s debt […]

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Cheddar TV: Scott Rostan “HOW WILL THE AT&T-TIME WARNER MERGER IMPACT OTHER POTENTIAL DEALS?”

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Training the Street’s Scott Rostan says the possible $85 billion deal will create a domino effect where other deals in the sector are going to occur. https://cheddar.vhx.tv/free-clips/videos/training-the-streets-native

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Investor’s Business Daily: Scott Rostan “Twitter Sale Finally Here? Google, Salesforce.com Could Bid: Report”

http://www.investors.com/news/technology/twitter-sale-finally-here-google-salesforce-com-could-bid-report/ By Michael Krey Twitter (TWTR) stock was soaring in midday trading Friday after CNBC and the Financial Times reported the company could soon receive takeover bids. CNBC said Google owner Alphabet (GOOGL) and Salesforce.com (CRM) are among companies interested in buying the microblog, which has struggled to recharge user growth. Twitter stock was up […]

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Thomson Reuters: Robert Rostan “PCAOB Continues Push for Disclosure Rule About Audit Firm Tenure”

by Soyoung Ho August 15, 2016, will be an important date for the PCAOB because the comments are due on a proposal that includes a requirement for audit firms to disclose their length of service with public company clients. If the PCAOB can meet its schedule, the board may be able to finish a rule […]

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Wall Street Journal: Chirag Saraiya “The Path From Harvard and Yale to Goldman Sachs Just Changed”

Wall Street bank drops interviews at elite schools in a bid to cast a wider net; now all applicants must first submit a video http://www.wsj.com/articles/goldman-rethinks-campus-recruiting-efforts-1466709118 By LINDSAY GELLMAN Goldman Sachs Group Inc.has always sought to attract the best and the brightest. Now it also wants the most committed. The bank has concluded that helping to […]

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Business Insider: “Here’s where MBA students want to work the most”

http://www.businessinsider.com/where-mbas-want-to-work-2016-6 Portia Crowe and Andy Kiersz More than a quarter of business school students want to work for large investment banks, but increasingly more MBAs are setting their sights on startups, too. That’s according to an annual survey from Training The Street, which provides financial training courses to students and professionals. It asked 293 first- […]

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Reuters: “Wall Street banks remain top choice for new MBAs – survey”

http://www.reuters.com/article/us-usa-banks-mbas-idUSKCN0Z72QB BY OLIVIA ORAN Wall Street banks remain the employers of choice for new business school graduates, despite competition for talent from Silicon Valley, hedge funds and private equity firms, according to a study released on Tuesday. More than a quarter of those surveyed by Wall Street training firm Training The Street said they were […]

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Training The Street MBA Employment Survey: Banks Remain Top Employment Destination For MBAs

http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/training-the-street-mba-employment-survey-banks-remain-top-employment-destination-for-mbas-300287774.html -Survey Finds Slight Decline in Starting Salaries Despite Strong Hiring Numbers- MBA students and graduates are receiving multiple job offers and feel confident in their employment prospects in a competitive recruiting environment, according to the seventh annual MBA Employment Survey conducted by Training The Street (TTS), the leading corporate training provider for Wall Street […]

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Chief Investment Officer: “Hedge Funds Scorned by MBAs”

http://www.ai-cio.com/channel/Manager-Selection/Hedge-Funds-Scorned-by-MBAs/ by Amy Whyte An increasing number of business school students are aspiring to private equity jobs, while few seek out roles at hedge funds. It’s not just investors who are pulling away from hedge funds—business school graduates are opting out of the industry as well. Roughly 5% of current MBA students surveyed by Training the Street named hedge […]

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