UF’s Weekend Reads
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.
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.
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
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.