“… just got 250,000 shares at 18 1/4 from Janson, think I’ll pull twice that at 18 1/2 outta the California pensions. We got close to half a million shares in the bag.” -Ollie, Wall Street
Mergers & Inquisitions writes, “No area in finance has been glamorized as much as trading. Right after Wall Street was released in 1987, financiers everywhere aspired to be the next Gordon Gekko – or at least one of his cronies. But is it really that cool to be a trader? What do you do in sales & trading and how is it different from investment banking? What about breaking in?” Read the full article here: http://www.mergersandinquisitions.com/all-about-sales-trading/.
Our WebPrint services should currently be viewed as an unstable resource as over the past few days the system has repeatedly stopped, requiring our attention. System staff are aware of the issue and are working with the vendor to resolve matters. Please note that printing directly from labs, public computers, and faculty office spaces result in the fastest and most reliable printing (see option 1 at http://go.middlebury.edu/howtoprint).
Tuesday, July 18th
9:00 am to 1:00 PM
John Graham Court, Community Room
(Bring a lunch or snack)
Are you having difficulty renting an apartment due to lack of references (for example, first time renters), lack of credit history or previous rental challenges? If so this class is for you! The curriculum covers credit repair and building; spending management skills; setting financial goals; communicating with and understanding the landlord’s perspective; legal responsibilities and much more. Those who successfully complete the course earn a “Preferred Renter” card which can be a significant edge in our tight housing market.
Contact: CVOEO Rent Right: Laura- 388-2285
The family of Mr. Bob Kellogg, Class of 1948, invites the Middlebury Community to attend a service celebrating his life. The service is to be held at 10 AM Saturday, July 15 at the Champlain Valley Unitarian Universalist Society, 2 Duane Ct., Middlebury, VT 05753.
Bob passed away in December. He was a father, grandfather, and well-loved community member. He was also a loyal alumnus, serving in a number of roles over the years, including class agent, reunion organizer, class secretary, and member of the Friends of the Art Museum.
Employees may schedule a conference call with a Cigna Representative by visiting the link below and completing a form confirming a date and time. Please be sure to leave the best phone number where a Cigna Representative can reach you.