Good morning and welcome to Insider Finance. I'm Dan DeFrancesco, and here's what's on the agenda today:
- How burnout spread through Goldman Sachs' Marcus team and triggered an exodus of tech talent.
- Incoming interns at Goldman Sachs are scrambling to find housing in NYC after finding out their programs will be in person.
- JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon criticizes remote work in his annual letter to shareholders.
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Burnout, blown deadlines, and a tech-talent exodus: How Goldman Sachs' Marcus is struggling to live up to its lofty consumer-banking ambitions
Employees of Goldman Sachs' consumer business Marcus are quitting in droves as they feel the effects of burnout and top-down management.
Goldman Sachs interns are scrambling to find housing in New York City this summer as the bank prepares them to head into the office
Goldman Sachs recently told incoming interns they'll work in the office this summer, sparking a frenzy among students who are searching for housing. We spoke with two incoming interns who detailed the hunt for housing in New York City. Here's what they told us.
JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon says remote work can undermine the 'character' of a company and lays out the bank's plans for the future of the office
Jamie Dimon is ready to get back to in-person work, and laid out his return-to-office plans in his annual shareholder letter. These are some of the letter's key takeaways.
IBM's cloud head lays out the tech giant's future plans and the biggest opportunities for increasing adoption of the cloud on Wall Street
IBM announced the wide release of its financial services-focused cloud offering. Howard Boville, head of IBM's hybrid cloud, discussed the opportunity for the tech on Wall Street.
After 18 years at Goldman, former banker Logan Nicholson has left to lead Humana's corporate development and M&A team. More from his move here.
Houlihan Lokey poached 2 healthcare dealmakers from RBC Capital Markets in London as the investment bank gears up for a wave of M&A in the sector
Houlihan Lokey, Wall Street's top restructuring bank, is making several key hires to buttress its European healthcare team. Meet its two newest hires.
Lazard just told its incoming investment-banking summer interns their program will be virtual, as the bank eyes a broader, hybrid return to office after Labor Day
Lazard's incoming investment-banking interns in the US will work virtually. Get all the details, along with Lazard's broader plan for a return to the office, here.
Plaid just raised $425 million at a $13.4 billion valuation, bringing on new investors Altimeter, Silver Lake, and Ribbit as it eyes an eventual IPO
Plaid, the data aggregator behind financial apps like Venmo and Robinhood, just nabbed a new round of funding in the wake of its deal with Visa falling apart. Here's what you need to know as it eyes an IPO.
Larry Fink doubles down on urging companies to disclose net-zero plans as BlackRock's own policies come under a microscope
In his annual shareholder letter, BlackRock's Larry Fink emphasized a call for private companies' disclosures. Get the full rundown from the CEO's letter.
Goldman Sachs responded to burnout fears in its consumer division by making evenings and Fridays 'audio only,' encouraging staff to go for walks and talk on the phone instead
In an attempt to combat Zoom fatigue, Goldman's consumer business instituted "audio only" evenings and Fridays, an idea that was laid out in an internal memo. See the full memo here.