JPMorgan adds VC bankers - Compass shrinks IPO - Goldman backs cloud data startup
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- SoftBank-backed Compass slashes the scale of its ambitious IPO
- JPMorgan wants to deepen its ties to Silicon Valley, and it just hired five people to help
- Wall Street's rapid-fire deals are contributing to Big Law burnout - and special retention bonuses
- Goldman Sachs is making plans to bring some full-time campus hires into the office later this year
- Cloud data startup Striim nabs $50 million led by Goldman Sachs
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JPMorgan just poached 5 people from Silicon Valley Bank and Bank of America to bulk up teams focused on VCs and 'disruptive' commerce
In a move targeted at strengthening its ties to Silicon Valley, JPMorgan just hired five people who will build relationships with tech companies and VCs.Meet the new hires here.
Cloud data startup Striim nabs $50 million led by Goldman Sachs in a new tech partnership for the Wall Street powerhouseHere's what you need to know.
Big Law associates are burned out after a year of rapid-fire deals and intense hours. Special $60,000-plus bonuses may not be enough to keep them.81833168
After a busy year, at least 25 Big Law firms are awarding special bonuses to high-performing associates - but many aren't sure it'll be enough to manage burnout. We took a look at what firms are doing to help their workers, and compiled a list of who's announced special bonuses.
Goldman Sachs is telling new full-time campus recruits to expect some in-person orientations this summer and recommending they move close to the firm's officesMore insights from that memo.
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