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Wall Streeters Won't Have Top Post In Any Admin.

Roadblocks on the Route From Wall Street to Washington

nytimes.com — For some at the top of Wall Street, there is only one job considered better: a top job in Washington. Every presidential election cycle, financiers jockey for position among the candidates to become their biggest fund-raisers and, more important, close advisers. The conventional view is that these investment bankers and money managers enter politics to influence policy.
Feb 08, 2016

RT @dealbook: DealBook: Roadblocks on the Route From Wall Street to Washington nyti.ms/1Q4lP87

Feb 08, 2016

RT @nytimesbusiness: No one on Wall Street is likely to secure a top post in the next president's administration, says @andrewrsorkin. nyti.ms/20SdfRG

Feb 09, 2016

RT @andrewrsorkin: My Column: Roadblocks on the Route From Wall Street to Washington nyti.ms/1RlECB4 pic.twitter.com/Ly39Iwu7bP

Feb 09, 2016

Roadblocks on the Route From Wall Street to Washington nyti.ms/1UZseWB

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Laurence Fink Takes Investors to Task

Some Heresy on Wall Street: Look Past the Quarter

nytimes.com — Most money managers clamor for companies to provide detailed guidance on their next quarter, down to the penny - but not the world's largest investor. Laurence D. Fink, co-founder and chief executive of BlackRock, which with more than $4.6 trillion in assets under management makes it the world's largest investor, sent a letter to 500 chief executives late Monday urging them for the first time to stop providing quarterly earnings estimates.
Feb 02, 2016

Some Heresy on Wall Street: Look Past the Quarter nyti.ms/204sFjE

Feb 02, 2016

My Col: “Quarterly earnings hysteria is totally contrary to the long-term approach we need." nyti.ms/1UFWqWp pic.twitter.com/M8oA6zK326

Feb 02, 2016

RT @andrewrsorkin: My Col: “Quarterly earnings hysteria is totally contrary to the long-term approach we need." nyti.ms/1UFWqWp pic.twitter.com/M8oA6zK326

Feb 02, 2016

Guy with $4.6 trillion urges CEOs to stop counting pennies. 💰 nyti.ms/204sFjE

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Dot.com banker Frank Quattrone steps down as Qatalyst CEO

cnbc.com — Tony Avelar | Bloomberg | Getty Images Nearly a decade ago, Frank P. Quattrone, the star investment banker who took Amazon and Cisco Systems public in the 1990s, returned to the deal scene with a boutique investment bank catering to Silicon Valley.

Frank Quattrone to Step Down as C.E.O. of Qatalyst

nytimes.com — Nearly a decade ago, Frank P. Quattrone, the star investment banker who took Amazon and Cisco Systems public in the 1990s, returned to the deal scene with a boutique investment bank catering to Silicon Valley. After re-emerging as a major force in the technology industry, Mr. Quattrone is now yielding day-to-day management to one of his top lieutenants.

A Tidal Wave of Corporate Migrants Seeking (Tax) Shelter

cnbc.com — In the fall of 2008, with General Motors and Chrysler on the precipice of bankruptcy, executives at the car parts supplier Johnson Controls flew to Washington. The company's president testified before a Senate panel and implored lawmakers to bail out the auto industry.

A tidal wave of corporate migrants seeking (tax) shelter

smh.com.au — General Motors received money through a US-government bailout program. Photo: Andrew Harrer In the fall of 2008, with General Motors and Chrysler on the precipice of bankruptcy, executives at the car parts supplier Johnson Controls flew to Washington. The company's president testified before a Senate panel and implored the lawmakers to bail out the auto industry.
Jan 26, 2016

Big firms fleeing US to take advantage of tax regimes in other nations buff.ly/23qjzSK by @andrewrsorkin on corporate inversions

How to Stop a Tidal Wave of Corporate Inversions

A Tidal Wave of Corporate Migrants Seeking (Tax) Shelter

nytimes.com — In the fall of 2008, with General Motors and Chrysler on the precipice of bankruptcy, executives at the car parts supplier Johnson Controls flew to Washington. The company's president testified before a Senate panel and implored the lawmakers to bail out the auto industry.
Jan 25, 2016

RT @dealbook: DealBook: A Tidal Wave of Corporate Migrants Seeking (Tax) Shelter nyti.ms/1nuY3vT

Jan 26, 2016

“A Tidal Wave of Corporate Migrants Seeking (Tax) Shelter” nyti.ms/1K81faD interesting language. hello ireland.

Jan 26, 2016

2008: Company begs Congress for a bailout. 2016: Company renounces its US citizenship. nyti.ms/1RJYnDn pic.twitter.com/YpCPTtN5qL

Jan 26, 2016

RT @owlese: 2008: Company begs Congress for a bailout. 2016: Company renounces its US citizenship. nyti.ms/1RJYnDn pic.twitter.com/YpCPTtN5qL

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Feb 09, 2016

Amid the headlines at Bridgewater, here's Ray Dalio in his own words on the firm's culture: bit.ly/1nUTryL pic.twitter.com/CrI2yM8mEk


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