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"Anything is possible"
Darren Dunne tells Katie Morley about life as a deaf person at Nomura
Why the levy increase has got the bankers hot and bothered
"You'll never walk alone"
Two Slaughter and May partners on guiding Liverpool FC through its 2010 buyout
''Evil Kerviel?'' - Daredevil trader
His actions led to the biggest loss in banking history. So just what was Jerome Kerviel's plan?
'Package' holiday in Davos? Even the PM's cutting back
Recession solved with a little help from Jeremy Kyle and the good old 'red button'
10 things to do if you don't get into banking first time
Alternative routes into investment banking
2011 National Placement & Internships Awards
A Gu-d business model
Tom Bordell and Mehdi Jaffer meet the founder of GÃ¼ Chocolate Puds and find out how he built his brand and why he eventually sold it.
A beginner's guide to bonds
The jargon explained
A beginner's guide to foreign exchange
What Craig Abrahams doesn't know about FX is, quite simply, not worth knowing. Read his beginner's guide.
A caffeine fix
James Dunn on how the US coffee giant, Starbucks, got its buzz back
A career in consulting
Craig Abrahams describes what it could offer you
A day at Slaughter and May
Andrew Chaplin, a second-year trainee solicitor talks us through a typical day at Slaughter and May.
A foot in the door...
President of the Durham University Investment & Finance Group, gives a short guide to spring programmes.
A gloomy outlook for the young
Mike Barnard asks what the current economic situation means for young people
A load of Bulls shirts
A closer look at the relationship between big brands and the celebrities they sponsor
A perfect fit
BNP Paribas's European Corporate Group Head and EMEA Head of Debt Capital Market tell us about their summer internship programme
A programme for the brightest female students
J.P. Morgan's Anne Louise Burnett talks to The Gateway about Winning Women
A renewable future?
Last week the regulator, Ofgem, warned that the UK energy market is in desperate need of reform. We look at the challenges ahead.
A shared responsibility
SRI is an investment philosophy that is proving as good for clients as it is for the world we live in.
A slippery slope: is the fall in oil price a good thing?
With oil prices plummeting at record speed we examine the positives and negatives of cheaper fuel
A spot of car trouble
Sian Hickson on the risk General Motors has taken by pulling out of the deal to sell Vauxhall and Opel
A springboard to a career in banking
Michael Dalgado gives the lowdown on this year's spring programmes in banking and finance
A storm in a teacup?
Sian Hickson examines a dispute which could still have major implications for cinema fans.
A wealth of opportunities at Barclays
An interview with Mark Kibblewhite, MD of UK & Ireland Private Bank, Barclays Wealth
A wealth of opportunity
We speak to Trang Chu, head of the Financial Products Group for Merrill Lynch Global Wealth Management.
Accentuate the positive
What's it like to work at Accenture, the global management consulting and technology service company
Accounting for the Credit Crunch
Already financial services companies- investment banks and asset managers- are scaling back their recruitment intake for 2009.
Achieving more is just another day for Accenture
Accenture is helping graduates to achieve more
Adieu, Sarko! What now?
Will Hodges looks at the big questions from the French presidential election
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