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Good morning and welcome to Insider Finance. I'm Dan DeFrancesco, and here's what's on the agenda today:
Insiders describe what it's really like to work for Goldman Sachs' David Solomon. We mapped out 19 of the top up-and-coming analysts in equity research. M&T Bank executives detail their push to hire 1,000 technologists in the bank's new Buffalo tech hub.
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Goldman Sachs has enjoyed huge profits and a record stock price, but it's come at the loss of key partners. Find out what it's like to work for the bank's top boss, David Solomon. Read more here.
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We selected 19 young analysts – under 35 years old and covering a wide range of sectors – to comprise our lineup of up-and-coming talent in the world of equity research.
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The Public Health Company, a startup that wants to help businesses and governments navigate public health crises, saw investments from Venrock, Sweat Equity Ventures, and Verily, Alphabet's secretive healthcare arm. See the pitch deck here.
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Even though JPMorgan was the first bank to say it wants US staff to return to the office, it and other big banks are taking much softer approach to their London offices. We spoke with financial workers in the UK, who told us what their year has been like.
M&T Bank is launching a 13-floor, $58 million tech site in downtown Buffalo, a city that's in a race for talent "relevance." More on the bank's pivot towards agile, customer-driven tech development.
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Secondary American cities are granting incentives to firms like Oracle and Apple to move there – but watchdog groups worry that municipalities, sapped by the pandemic, can't afford to dole out so many perks. How the cities are luring big companies.
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Jefferies' M Science unit ended 2019 in a rut, with several executives leaving the firm. But the alt-data pioneer has surged over the past year and a half. Here's what the CEO told us about its comeback.
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Alex Oh, the first woman of color to hold the job, stepped down after less than a week as the SEC's director of enforcement. Here's what we know so far.
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Advisors told us how they are bracing for changes that could upend estate planning. Here's what they said.
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