On the agenda today:
- We outlined the top headhunters to know if you're looking for a fintech job.
- Goldman Sachs settled with a former intern who accused it of fostering a "fraternity culture."
- An ex-HSBC trader shares how she made about $2 million this year as a YouTuber.
Let's get started.
Hoping to land a job at a firm like Coinbase, Robinhood, or SoFi? We've compiled a list of the best headhunters to know if you're looking to break into the industry. Meet the top fintech headhunters in the US.
The intern accused Goldman Sachs of fostering a "fraternity culture" that promotes hazing and violence – and said he suffered bleeding to the brain after an adviser punched him and put him in a headlock. Here's what we know about the settlement.
Rose Han shares her journey from being over $100,000 in debt to making about $2 million so far this year from YouTube ads and selling her investing courses. Plus, she breaks down a simple options trading strategy that helps net her about $1,000 a month on average – see how she did it.
Michael Dell, the founder and CEO of Dell Technologies, is bullish on the blockchain. In an interview with The New York Times' DealBook, the 56-year-old billionaire said blockchain as a category is "probably underrated." Read more of his comments.
We spoke with three people – each of whom had day jobs in fields like finance, law, and marketing – who explained how to score a book deal while still working full time. They recommend writing whenever you can and targeting agents, among other things. Here are their other tips.
On our radar:
- Wall Street's newest billionaire CEO is beating out his banking rivals, Bloomberg reports. More on that here.
- Having imposter syndrome when you're the boss may make you better at your job. We explain why in our work-advice column, "What's Working?"
- Six-figure diversity-executive jobs are in high demand. Diversity leaders share what to ask yourself before applying.