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ECONOMICS NEWS

Students Join J.P. Morgan

Four HWS students will head to Wall Street this summer to kick off their employment with J.P. Morgan, one of the world's leading and most prestigious financial firms. Soon-to-be alums Dominic Carazza '15 and Cat Gorman '15 have been hired as full-time analysts with J.P. Morgan, while Justin Partyka '16 and Ali Ware '16 will begin coveted and highly competitive summer internships. Joining the rank...  More >>

Marpet '15 in Sports Illustrated

Praised as the "hottest topic in NFL war rooms" this year, Hobart College offensive lineman Ali Marpet '15 was recently featured in Sports Illustrated (SI), continuing to garner high-profile attention as he continues on his path to the NFL draft. SI writer Robert Klemko's Monday Morning Quarterback piece, "T-Minus 28 Days: Meet the Upstart from Hobart," says it has been more than two decades sinc...  More >>

Two Hired by Credit Suisse

This summer, Marco Ronning '15 and Sean Bright '16 will join the international financial services holding company Credit Suisse; Ronning in a full-time position following graduation in May, and Bright as an intern. During his sophomore year Ronning met Craig Stine '81, HWS Trustee and Vice Chair of the Global Financial Institutions Group at Credit Suisse, through the Salisbury Center for Career, ...  More >>

Three Join Manning & Napier, Inc.

After graduation this May, Brittany Dehond '15, James Smith '15 and Ali Bell '15 will join the ranks of the publicly-traded Rochester investment firm, Manning & Napier, Inc. Founded in 1970, Manning & Napier manages $47.8 billion for individuals, corporate benefit plans, union pension and annuity funds, endowments, foundations, 401(k) plans, and more. Dehond, Smith and Bell join a team of...  More >>

Barlow '11 on Student Debt, Corporate Profits

Michael Barlow '11, an investment banker on J.P. Morgan's media and technology team, coauthored an opinion piece that appears this week in the Huffington Post, tackling two issues facing an increasingly divided U.S. government: student debt and untaxed corporate profits held offshore. Written with Michael Burns, vice chairman of Lionsgate Entertainment, "Putting Repatriated Funds to Work for Amer...  More >>

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