Happy Saturday, and welcome to Insider Finance. Here’s a rundown of our must-know Wall Street stories from the past week:
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Meet the rising stars of equity research, up-and-comers making calls on everything from the next big electric-car maker to the return of live events From left to right: Edison Yu, Emily Chieng, Rajat Gupta, and Aga Zmigrodzka
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Meet Insider’s lineup of up-and-coming talent in the world of equity research. We selected analysts 35 and under who cover a wide range of sectors, from gaming to natural gas. See the full list here.
Goldman Sachs CEO David Solomon is shaking up the bank with his hard-driving style. Here’s what’s pushing a herd of top execs to the exits. “David’s management style is pretty simple: Ask a lot of questions, work with teams to set realistic goals, and then hold people accountable for results,” said Jake Siewert, a Goldman spokesperson, about David Solomon.
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Solomon has steered the bank to blowout profits and a record stock price. But with partners quitting and burnout soaring, some insiders said the executive’s hard-charging style has come at a cost. Read the inside story here.
JPMorgan told US workers it wants them coming into the office on a ‘consistent rotational schedule’ by early July Jamie Dimon, JPMorgan’s CEO.
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Time is running out for remote work for some on Wall Street as the biggest US bank has unveiled its most detailed timeline yet about returning to the office.
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