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I Left Investment Banking and Wrote a Book That Blew Open Wall Street’s Sexist Culture

In the early 1980’s, between high school years, I worked as hard as I’ve ever worked—and that includes what would later be a long stint on Wall Street followed by a writing career.Still, I got fired.The job was at a McDonalds in New Jersey where I openly gave my manager unwanted opinions about how... Continue reading
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