Category Archive: Investment Banking

Weekend Mornings and the Golden Age of Comics

Weekend mornings are a beautiful thing.  We all know that.  Most adult working stiffs in the developed world live for the weekends.  That’s why Fridays and Saturdays are most people’s favorite day of… Continue reading

Corporate Babble-Speak

I’m disclosing up front that it’s been a while since this American Taitai has worked in a formal corporate office setting. And I’ve discovered that since I’ve stepped outside of the corporate and… Continue reading

Take Note, Note-Takers

This past weekend I had the privilege of attending my first writing conference.  It was a lovely and inspiring time to learn from amazing faculty, and was capped by a stirring keynote address… Continue reading

Unspoken Rules: A View from the Bottom

This is a difficult post, but I’m going out a limb today because for whatever reason, I’ve seen a few articles this week that got me to thinking about inequality, particularly in the… Continue reading

Superhuman Hearing and Killer Headphones

This may come as a surprise, but this American Taitai has quasi-superpowers. I exaggerate because I can’t turn invisible.  However, I have been told repeatedly that I have excellent hearing and a good… Continue reading

12 Years On: A Few Thoughts on Goldman Sachs and Greg Smith

“A person may cause evil to others not only by his actions but by his inaction, and in either case he is justly accountable to them for the injury.”  John Stuart Mill I… Continue reading