Derek Loosvelt



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    In addition to being extremely informative on the topic of how the largest banks in the U.S. nearly killed the country's economy, the following titles do a good job of taking you inside the halls, cubicles, meeting rooms and corner offices of some of the major players involved, giving you an accurate look at what life is like (and, in some cases, was like) on Wall Street. Of course, they're also quite entertaining.

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    Today, Goldman Sachs sued seven former private wealth management employees recently poached by Credit Suisse...Some argue that poaching talent is unethical; others say it encourages competition.

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    Since this past February, when the U.S. government unveiled its salary cap for top executives at firms accepting TARP funds, experienced dealmakers have been making a mass exodus from large banks to little ones—where the bonuses are big and the losses are small.