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New Year’s Learning Resolution: Join us for our Free Learning Series on Excel Efficiencies for HR & L&D Professionals

Seats still available for the Free Learning Series on Excel Efficiencies for HR/L&D Professionals  It’s time to add free learning to your New Year’s Learning Resolution… If you are looking to add learning to your New Year’s Resolution – then sign up for this free class today! Please join us on February 9th, for our […]

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Make TTS Public Courses part of your New Year’s Learning Resolution

TTS University – Public Courses: Sign Up Today! Al Riddick, January 9, 2012 Making changes is not always easy but here is a resolution that’s easy to keep! Why not add learning to your 2012 list? Let Training The Street help you keep your learning resolution and sign up today. Take advantage of our one-on-one […]

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The Street: It’s Splitsville for Food Companies in 2012

By Alexandra Zendrian January 9, 2012 NEW YORK (TheStreet) — For the consumer goods sector, 2012 will be about how some companies handle breaking apart and how they perform after they split. Some of the breakups this year include Kraft Foods, Sara Lee and Ralcorp. Look for Ralcorp’s and Sara Lee’s breakups to be completed toward the […]

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Pfizer Restructures Indian Animal-Health Unit to Prepare for Consolidation

By Drew Armstrong – Bloomberg Pfizer Inc. (PFE), the world’s largest drugmaker, said it will incorporate its Indian subsidiary’s animal health unit into its larger animal division, signaling the company is progressing in its intention to divest the business. The action is a step toward worldwide consolidation of New York-based Pfizer’s animal health operations under […]

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Bloomberg: Applicant’s Dilemma: Choosing Among Top B-Schools

Bloomberg BusinessWeek    You’ve been admitted at two or more top MBA programs. How do you decide which offer to accept? Start by looking to your future By Francesca DiMeglio October 19, 2011 Plenty of potential snarls await applicants to top business schools: a horrible GMAT score, an incoherent essay, a bad interview performance. One […]

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Out on the Street – N.Y. expects 10K lost jobs as financial industry retrenches

THE DAILY By Kyle Stock October 12, 2011 Surging pay and sagging results are expected to squeeze another wave of workers off of Wall Street. Manhattan banks and brokerage firms may cut an additional 10,000 securities jobs by the end of next year, according to a report released yesterday by New York Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli. If […]

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How to Get a Finance Job Through On-Campus Recruiting

The Wall Street Journal By Julie Steinberg September 21, 2011 On-campus recruiting for investment banks is in full swing at many colleges around the world. Here are some tips to make sure you get one of the coveted full-time offers. Show Up Go to the info sessions that banks hold on campus. They can be […]

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Zane Hurst – Valuation: The Vision of an Expert

First, your job at Training The Street is about providing professional financial training. Why did you decide to join a financial training provider, instead of continuing your career at an investment bank? Prior to joining Training the Street, I had been giving consideration to a change in career and the catalyst that bought it about […]

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Rostan Says LinkedIn, Yandex ‘Extremely Well Positioned’ Scott Rostan, Washington Post

The Washington Post with Bloomberg Rostan Says LinkedIn, Yandex  ‘Extremely Well Positioned’ With Sara Li from “First Up” Video: http://www.washingtonpost.com/business/rostan-says-linkedin-yandex-extremely-well-positioned/2011/05/24/AFHtyqAH_video.html Rostan Says LinkedIn, Yandex `Extremely Well Positioned’ May 25 (Bloomberg) — Scott Rostan, a former M&A banker at Merrill Lynch & Co. and now president of Training the Street, talks about global initial public offerings. […]

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