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Financial Times: Scott Rostan on “MBA graduates see a rise in jobs on Wall Street”

http://www.ft.com/cms/s/2/41b33b02-0b47-11e3-bffc-00144feabdc0.html#axzz2cibdXxGS By Della Bradshaw Those graduating with MBA degrees from US business schools this summer saw a rise in job offers from Wall Street firms, particularly the investment banks. Indeed, MBA candidates often received multiple job offers in the finance sector, according to the latest annual survey from Training The Street (TTS), a corporate training company for both […]

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Wall Street Journal: Interview Overload for B-School Students

http://blogs.wsj.com/atwork/2013/08/22/interview-overload-for-b-school-students/ By Melissa Korn Talk about casting a wide net. Nineteen percent of respondents to a recent survey of business students said they participated in more than 10 first-round job interviews last school year, while another 40% went in for between four and seven. Factor in a few second- and third-round callbacks, and some students […]

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TTS MBA Employment Survey finds Wall Street job market continues to improve; many candidates receive multiple offers

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE MBA EMPLOYMENT SURVEY FINDS WALL STREET JOB MARKET CONTINUES TO IMPROVE; MANY CANDIDATES RECEIVE MULTIPLE OFFERS   Investment Banks Remain Top Employment Choice for MBAs, While Consulting Firms and Private Equity Also Draw Interest  NEW YORK, AUGUST 22, 2013 – A survey of MBA students and graduates from Training The Street (TTS), […]

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CFO Magazine: Robert Rostan “How Twitter Can Avoid Facebook and Groupon’s IPO Blunders”

https://www.cfo.com/accounting-2/2013/08/how-twitter-can-avoid-facebook-and-groupons-ipo-blunders-4827/ A little blue bird says Twitter might be prepping itself for an initial public offering. Here are some ways it could avoid the mistakes of other high-profile social media companies. By Marielle Segarra Amid reports that Twitter is looking for a financial reporting manager, many are speculating that Twitter may go public next year. As […]

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Training The Street Founder and CEO Scott Rostan to speak at Bloomberg Institute Panel

Wall Street Education Leader to Offer Advice to Bloomberg Aptitude Test Participants New York  – Training The Street (TTS) Founder and CEO Scott Rostan will join an expert panel at the Bloomberg Institute’s Summer Intern Challenge today to discuss Wall Street training and hiring. The event marks the close of a two-month testing period for […]

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Law360: Robert Rostan on “Regulators Have Few Tools To Rein In Bank Consultants”

http://www.law360.com/articles/452846/regulators-have-few-tools-to-rein-in-bank-consultants By Evan Weinberger New York’s top financial regulator on Monday pushed his federal counterparts to claw back compensation for bank consultants and limit their power to get new business if they perform shoddy work, but analysts say regulators may not have the necessary reach to crack down on the compliance consulting industry. In a speech […]

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Financial Times: Zane Hurst on “The Drive to Spread Expertise”

http://www.ft.com/cms/s/2/144f634c-d5dd-11e2-a46c-00144feab7de.html#ixzz2X8qRPO4s By Della Bradshaw Ever since the crisis of 2008, and the realisation that many of those implicated in the meltdown were ignorant of the risks they were taking, financial training has been high on the agenda for banking professionals. Now, in a bid to restore public confidence in banks and banking, business schools and […]

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Wall Street Journal: Scott Rostan on “Internships Are Increasingly the Route to Winning a Job”

http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424127887324423904578525431344927240.html More Industries Pick From the Summer Talent, Raising the Stakes By MELISSA KORN Internship season is under way, and unless business students are already spending the summer with their dream employer, a full-time offer may be out of reach. Banks and consulting firms have long funneled interns into full-time roles, but companies in other industries […]

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New York Times Deal Book: “Wall Street Turns to ‘Boot Camps’ to Bring New Workers Up to Speed”

http://dealbook.nytimes.com/2013/05/30/wall-street-turns-to-boot-camps-to-bring-new-workers-up-to-speed/ By Lynnley Browning Newly minted university graduates who have landed coveted jobs on Wall Street may have impressive résumés and sought-after references. But often, nuts-and-bolts skills like spreadsheet building and database extraction are not part of university curriculums. When millions of dollars can be won or lost on one calculation, firms are finding it […]

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Bloomberg: Scott Rostan on “Saks at Priciest Means KKR Mulls Neiman Merger: Real M&A”

http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2013-05-24/saks-at-priciest-means-kkr-mulls-neiman-merger-real-m-a.html By Brooke Sutherland & Tara Lachapelle  KKR & Co. (KKR), the buyout firm weighing an investment in Saks Inc., may need to get creative to extract more value from what’s already the most expensive U.S. department-store stock. Saks, which is exploring options including a sale, surged this week to the highest level since 2008 after Bloomberg News reported that KKR is […]

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