Posts Tagged “Sports”

RANKED: Wall Street CEO Golf Scores

by Wall Street Job Report on June 9, 2014

It’s that time of the year again when Wall Street starts leaving the trading floor for the golf course. We combed through the latest handicap data of some of the Street’s biggest names on GHIN—a website run by the U.S. Golf (…)

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Morgan Stanley Managing Director Chases Atlantic Cup Sailing Win

by Wall Street Job Report on May 11, 2012

Mike Hennessy is taking time off from his job as managing director of capital markets at Morgan Stanley Smith Barney LLC for a high-speed jaunt through the Graveyard of the Atlantic.

Royals Hit Into Baseball’s Second Triple Play This Week

by Wall Street Job Report on April 24, 2012

Earlier this week, the Los Angeles Dodgers turned a one-of-kind triple play against the San Diego Padres. Tonight it was the Toronto Blue Jays turn, with a more conventional triple play against the Kansas City Royals.

This Harvard-Educated Analyst Quit His Job At Morgan Stanley To Participate In This Summer’s Olympics

by Wall Street Job Report on April 20, 2012

Athleticism and Wall Street have always blended well together, but rarely have we heard of those working in finance turning back to pursue their former passion.

The Most Overpaid College Basketball Coaches

by Wall Street Job Report on March 27, 2012

As usual, John Calipari is on a roll. Riding the NBA-caliber talent he’s so adept at recruiting, theUniversity of Kentuckycoach cruises into the NCAA tournament’s Sweet Sixteen round inAtlanta Friday night. It’s the tenth time he’s gotten that far in 20 years of Division I coaching.

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