The Review

The Valuable Interns You’re Missing Out On
by / on 21/06/2018 at 11:00 / in The Review

The Valuable Interns You’re Missing Out On

When you think about interns, there’s probably a certain stereotype that pops into your mind: A spry college student or recent grad holding the boss’ mocha Frappuccino in one hand and crippling uncertainty about the future in the other. But there’s a different internship applicant who’s almost always left out of the equation—high school students. The idea of high school interns may […]

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You Have 7 Seconds to Make a First Impression: Here’s How to Succeed
by / on 20/06/2018 at 14:00 / in The Review

You Have 7 Seconds to Make a First Impression: Here’s How to Succeed

Every entrepreneur knows that first impressions are important, but you may not know just how little time you have to actually make one. Within the first seven seconds of meeting, people will have a solid impression of who you are — and some research suggests a tenth of a second is all it takes to start determining traits like trustworthiness. That isn’t enough […]

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Why ‘Liquidity is the New Leverage’ by Goldman Sachs
by / on 19/06/2018 at 10:00 / in The Review

Why ‘Liquidity is the New Leverage’ by Goldman Sachs

From post-crisis flash crashes to illiquid bond trading, markets have become familiar with a pattern: Liquidity seems to evaporate as volatility rises, leading to price moves arguably excessive relative to any fundamental catalyst. Whether shifts in market structure and investing strategies are to blame is Top of Mind. GS’ Chief Markets Economist Charlie Himmelberg thinks yes, and argues the rise of high-frequency […]

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Why Connecting With Other Women is Critical to Your Career
by / on 15/06/2018 at 16:45 / in The Review

Why Connecting With Other Women is Critical to Your Career

In my work interviewing remarkable women leaders, I’ve been seeing a huge trend of women connecting with and investing in other women. Whether as mentors, advisors, philanthropists, or investors, women are increasingly supporting each other in their careers, goals, and lives. And yes, we can all tell stories about negative experiences connecting with other women—I’ve had my own horrible boss and […]

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5 Things to Do Before You Leave for B-School
by / on 14/06/2018 at 17:00 / in The Review

5 Things to Do Before You Leave for B-School

This week, I went back to school. That’s right, I donned my metaphorical backpack, moved into a dorm, and started business school classes. So far it’s been extremely fun, really educational—and completely overwhelming. I’ve been having a great time meeting people and starting classes, but I don’t feel like I’ve had a free second to spare since I got here. There […]

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7 Proven Strategies For Supercharging Your Productivity
by / on 14/06/2018 at 14:00 / in The Review

7 Proven Strategies For Supercharging Your Productivity

When I was in my twenties, I used to lie awake at night thinking about my ever-growing To Do list. I wondered how I’d get through it all the next day without getting fired. I’m far from alone. According to the Health and Safety Executive in the UK, 526,000 UK workers reported they had experienced work-related stress, depression or anxiety in […]

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European Banks, M&A and Politics by Goldman Sachs
by / on 12/06/2018 at 11:00 / in The Review

European Banks, M&A and Politics by Goldman Sachs

Changing regulation, consolidation and European populism were talking points for over 800 investors, bank executives, regulators and policymakers who attended the 22nd Annual European Financials Conference, Goldman Sachs’ longest-running event in Europe, last week in Frankfurt. Goldman Sachs Research’s Jernej Omahen discusses the outlook for consolidation amid an increase in political uncertainty. Jernej, from your perspective covering European financial services for Goldman […]

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10 Questions About Money Every Adult Should Know How to Answer
by / on 07/06/2018 at 14:00 / in The Review

10 Questions About Money Every Adult Should Know How to Answer

Only 17 states require that students take a personal finance course to graduate from high school, a number that’s barely budged in years. If you didn’t happen to grow up in Missouri, Virginia, Utah, or the other 14 states that offer formal required courses, there’s a good chance you were never taught all the basics of money management. (Which helps explain why […]

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America’s Best Employers 2018
by / on 07/06/2018 at 11:00 / in The Review

America’s Best Employers 2018

As the unemployment rate continues to hover at a low 4.1% and the U.S. economy marks its 90th consecutive month of job gains, Americans find themselves in a unique position: the tightest employment market in 17 years. While good news for job seekers, finally in-demand and with the upper hand, it poses a challenge for employers vying to attract and […]

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How to Decide Between 2 Awesome Job Candidates
by / on 05/06/2018 at 15:15 / in The Review

How to Decide Between 2 Awesome Job Candidates

At the end of the day, having two seemingly perfect candidates and only one role to fill is really a good problem to have. It’s often hard to find one star hire, let alone multiple, and either way you decide you’ll probably end up with a great new employee. But, well, it’s still a problem. When it comes to deciding between two people […]

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