Goldman's wealth hiring blitz — Fannie Mae shakeup — WarnerMedia's HQ could shrink

A general view of atmosphere during BTIG's 12th annual Commissions for Charity Day at BTIG's trading floor on May 13, 2014 in New York City.Photo by Noam Galai/Getty Images for Project Sunshine
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Goldman's wealth plans

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Here's the latest installment in Goldman Sach's push to become your friendly neighborhood bank.
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Rebecca Ungarino and Dakin Campbell sat down with Joe Duran, the CEO of Goldman Sachs Personal Financial Management, about future plans for the business.

In short, the wealth management division is looking to do a ton of hiring, in addition to expanding its footprint with new offices. Click here to read the entire story.
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Mortgage giant Fannie Mae is shaking up leadership in its largest business, with 2 top execs leaving

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Nice scoop from Rebecca Ungarino, Alex Morrell, and Sean Czarnecki about a shuffle in leadership at Fannie Mae. Read about two senior executives that have recently departed the US government-controlled mortgage giant. Click here to read more.

EXCLUSIVE: AT&T is putting WarnerMedia's huge NYC headquarters under review and could decide to cut hundreds of thousands of square feet of office space

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Commercial real estate in New York takes another hit. Here's a nice scoop from Daniel Geiger about AT&T reviewing WarnerMedia's huge office space in Hudson Yards. Click here for the full story.
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Private-equity hiring is set to rebound in 2021, with firms looking to add investment pros to handle a jump in dealmaking

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Casey Sullivan and Bradley Saacks dig into a report about the hiring spree that could kick off in the next 12 months in private equity. Read more about what to expect here.

Per-diem attorneys could make $200,000 a year from freelance lawyer gigs. But as work has vanished, they've become Instagram cooks, motivational speakers, and reiki coaches.

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Here's a fun one on what so-called per-diem lawyers are doing as their work has dried up. Jack Newsham profiles some people that have transitioned into unique new roles. Read more here.
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Odd lots:

A Latin American short-term rental startup just raised $48 million in a Series A led by a16z. Here's the deck it uses to pitch institutional landlords it looks to partner with. (BI)

The world's largest digital currency asset manager took in $1 billion in new investment in the third quarter. Here's why investors are feeling so bullish about bitcoin and ethereum. (BI)

A portfolio manager at $20 billion Lone Pine says value investing is alive and well with a new class of company leading the way — and explains why hyper-growth firms like Facebook now fit the bill (BI)
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8 consulting firms where MBA students can earn more than $30,000 during their internships (BI)

Robinhood Considers Making Customer Trading Data Public Again (Bloomberg)
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