UF’s Weekend Reads

March 17, 2012

Here is Sam Forgione’s suggested weekend reads. Happy St. Patrick’s Day everyone. The calendar says March but it feels like mid-May in NYC.


From Dealbook:

Recent graduates are becoming disenchanted with Wall Street careers. Kevin Roose interviews a college grad, a recruiter, professor, and former Goldman employee support to make his point.

From Fortune:

Mina Kimes takes a look at James J. Wang, the head of the small and wildly successful OceanStone Fund, who she describes as being spectrally mysterious.

From The New Yorker:

Romney’s data-crunching background as a management consultant may explain his allergy to the instinctual side of politics

From Bloomberg BusinessWeek:

Bill Cohan wonders whether Goldman Sachs “invented” its sleek reputation, as he explores the firm’s questionable role in the merger of El Paso and Kinder Morgan

From AR:

This month’s issue tracks the evolution of GoldenTree Asset Management and offers a glimpse into the strategies of its chief investment officer, Steve Tananbaum.


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