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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…

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Training The Street Names Alex Lue Principal

Appointment Strengthens Leadership Team MarketWatch NEW YORK, May 10, 2012 /PRNewswire/ — Training The Street (TTS), a leading corporate training provider for Wall Street firms and top business schools, today announced its appointment of Alex Lue as Principal.  In this new capacity, Mr. Lue will join the TTS leadership team which is responsible for the overall business strategy of […]

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Joe Zirpolo Receives 2012 Dean’s Award for Faculty Excellence at Fordham

Joe Zirpolo Fordham Graduate School of Business Administration has awarded Joe Zirpolo the  Dean’s Award for Faculty Excellence.  This annual award is given to the adjunct faculty member whose exceptional performance and teaching warrant extraordinary recognition. This honorable acknowledgment is made possible by the graduating students at Fordham Graduate School of Business Administration who voted for […]

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The Wall Street Journal – Pitfalls on Road to IPO Riches

By Lynn Cowan – As a businessman who founded and sold one technology company, then headed another, Frank Fawzi believed he could solve almost any problem. That was before he entered the IPO market, attempting to take his company public. As he and other executives have learned on the IPO trail this year, the process […]

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Alex Lue – Promoted to Principal at TTS

Alex Lue joins the TTS leadership team with his recent promotion to Principal. About Alex Lue: Alex joined TTS in 2005 after spending several years with Merrill Lynch’s M&A Group in New York. Alex brings to the TTS classroom a broad range of transactional experience, which allows him to comprehensively cover the full valuation of […]

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TTS Free Learning Series on Gen Y – The 2020 Vision

Join us on Friday May 11, 2012  for Gen Y part 2 – “The 2020 Vision: What is the future of Gen Y careers”  Presenter: Lindsey Pollak – Gen Y Expert Back by popular demand, Lindsey Pollak (author, corporate consultant, and Gen Y expert) will present her thoughts on Gen Y future careers.  The TTS Free […]

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NYC – Essentials of Valuation and Financial Modeling


Kristen Kelly – TTS is offering evening courses in April in NYC Sign up today for the “Essentials of Valuation and Financial Modeling” course in New York. The Essentials of Valuation and Financial Modeling course is conveniently offered over a series of evenings from 6:30pm to 10:30pm. Course dates are April 16 – 19 and April […]

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Wall Street Journal: Wealth or Waste? Rethinking the Value of a Business Major

Scott Rostan

EDUCATION  – By MELISSA KORN Undergraduate business majors are a dime a dozen on many college campuses. But according to some, they may be worth even less. More than 20% of U.S. undergraduates are business majors, nearly double the next most common major, social sciences and history. More than one of every five undergrads is a […]

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