Dating a man who works on wall street
(MORE: ‘Gordon Gekko’ Joins FBI Battle Against Wall Street Fraud) And this kind of anecdote floats around constantly. An idiotic (this time, New York-based) Finance Guy entered each of his dates into a spreadsheet, meticulously rating each woman he went out with and chronicling every contact he had with them (including text messages).
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Early in her career, she spent 10 years in the fashion industry working for well-known companies such as Union Bay Sportswear, Jou Jou Jeans and Saks Fifth Avenue.
Stanger’s business and acting ventures also continue to flourish.
Gekko splashed onto the screen mere months after the late ’80s-early ’90s market crash, while Bateman arose in the pages of Bret Easton Ellis’ famed “American Psycho” toward the tail end of the malaise.
These characters encapsulated the collective attitude toward Wall Street’s villains at the time — a mixture of fear and a little amusement. But who doesn’t recite the phrase “greed is good” without a smirk? Wants Airlines to Cut Carbon, But Other Nations Are Balking) And it’s with this mix that we approach the “creepy dudes of Wall Street.” Sure, none of these guys are Gekkos.