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Bwoglines: Things are Happening Edition

Imitating Wikileaks—it’s a thing! Assange-wannabes across the globe are creating their own whistle-blowing websites. (Reuters) P. Diddy is being sued for $1 trillion by a woman in Los Angeles for, among other things, causing the 9/11 terrorist attacks, putting her son (who he apparently fathered) in the hospital, and stealing her poker chip worth “zillions […]

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Welcome to the Jungle

In which Bwog freelancer Zack Hoopes infiltrates the world of I-banking infosessions. “THIS is where you need to be.  This IS where you need to be. This is where YOU need to be.” The JP Morgan interns on the TV screen said this phrase to me, over and over again, in every conceivable form of […]

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Will Sing for Money

The march of overachievers continues today as Bwog salutes Frances Jeffrey-Coker C’10. The frolicsome freshman apparently decided that CCE’s Wall Street connections didn’t go quite far enough, and has decided to enter “the ultimate internship contest”, offered by the promoters of Will Smith’s upcoming film, The Pursuit of Happyness [sic] for, among other things, a coveted Morgan […]

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