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John Rolfe and Peter Troob. Two young bankers have written a revealing book about investment banking. They were drawn to DLJ by the opportunity to make a great deal of money. They earn and tell, with lively stories from the thirty months or so that they spent plying their trade. These stories are presented as representative of the entire investment banking industry. He edited the Wharton Vulgarian.
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Something stirs deep in the jungle. Rumors of a strange drug start making the rounds Even the cannibals are upset. Monkey Business is best described as a procedural junglecrawl, all pulp and weird and very arcade. Among the files you'll get with the purchase, you'll find 6 files containing:.
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