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TTS CEO & Founder on 7 Hours vs. 7 Seconds: Job Preparedness for MBA Students

7 Hours vs. 7 Seconds: Job Preparedness for MBA Students It’s an all too familiar story. It’s 1995, and I’m at Merrill Lynch.  I find myself in the downtown office at 2:00 a.m. on a Thursday night staring at an Excel spreadsheet that doesn’t balance.  I keep trying to solve the problem, calculating and recalculating.  […]

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Bloomberg TV: Scott Rostan on “What Thiel’s Stock Sale Says About Facebook”

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Online MBA Guest Post: Tips for the Investment Banking Interview and Hiring Process

Guest Post: Tips for the Investment Banking Interview and Hiring Process Wanda E Drummond  provides these tips for nailing an investment banking interview and navigating the hiring process in the uber-competitive market. Social Media Lock-Down: Invest time in setting up your Facebook security. Create different groups that will only have a limited view – no […]

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FINS: MBAs and Wall Street Still in Love

By Julie Steinberg M.B.A. students are still anxious to join the finance industry and more willing to consider jobs at boutique advisory firms and middle market investment banks, according to a new survey. When asked what type of firm would be their top employment choice, 27% of students said large financial institutions, down from 34% […]

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Survey: MBA Hiring Remains Strong Despite Downtick in Student Optimism: Bulge Bracket Banks Still Top Choice

Survey: MBA Hiring Remains Strong Despite Downtick in Student Optimism  — Bulge Bracket Banks Still Top Choice For MBA’s — NEW YORK, JUNE 26, 2012/PRNewswire – The vast majority of MBA graduates are still receiving competitive job offers, despite their increasing concerns about employment prospects. That’s one of the key findings of a new survey […]

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FINANCIAL TIMES – Ask the experts: Financial Training 2012

June 20, 2012 Della Bradshaw: FT Business Education Editor On the panel are: Scott Rostan: founder of Training The Street. Scott began his professional career as an analyst with Merrill Lynch´s M&A group in New York. After gaining transactional experience in a broad range of industries and with a wide spectrum of clients, Scott decided […]

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Financial Times – Changes come in response to criticism

By Della Bradshaw The crisis of 2008 and 2009 both posed a problem and created an opportunity for business schools and financial training companies. On the one hand, the top US MBA programmes were castigated because they educated some of the most powerful people in the banking industry, blamed for the crisis. On the other, […]

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Bloomberg – Best Time for Best Buy Bid Now as Founder Exits: Real M&A

Best Time for Best Buy Bid Now as Founder Exits: Real M&A June 10, 2012 By Tara Lachapelle and Chris Burritt There’s never been a cheaper time for private-equity firms to gamble on Best Buy Co. (BBY) (BBY), with founder Richard Schulze’s 20 percent stake up for grabs and the electronics retailer near its lowest-ever […]

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Wall Street Journal: Scott Rostan in “Job Prospects Improve for MBA Students”

Wall Street Journal By: Melissa Korn Job Prospects Improve for MBA Students More recruiters are looking to hire newly minted M.B.A.s this spring, building on gains made with last year’s graduating class. Overall, 79% of companies plan to hire M.B.A.s from the class of 2012, according to a Graduate Management Admission Council survey of more […]

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Scott Rostan: Facebook Priced for Perfection

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Bloomberg – FacebookPriced for Perfection Rostan Says May 18Bloomberg Scott … Facebook `Priced for Perfection,’ Rostan Says:May 18 (Bloomberg) — Scott Rostan, chief executive officer of Training The Street… www.ustream.tv/recorded/22679104

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