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A legendary Morgan Stanley banker reveals what's required to get ahead on Wall Street

Over his 40-year banking career, James Runde learned that being just as smart and hard working as his colleagues isn't enough. Instead, developing emotional intelligence, or "EQ," is key to getting ahead on Wall Street, according to his article for the Harvard Business Review. Runde started working at Morgan Stanley in 1974 and served as a former vice chairman within the bank's i nvestment banking unit.
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