WSJ’s Dennis Berman tells colleague Evan Newmark that although tens of thousands of people have managed to hold on to their jobs, there isn’t much work to go around. Instead, he says, Wall Streeters are working to appear busy.

12/9/2008

Category: Finance, Markets, Video, Wages & Income

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3 Responses to “The Walking Zombies of Wall Street”

  1. VoiceFromTheWilderness says:

    These seem terribly at ease for two people who work for an organization that is headed for the ash bin of history.

  2. JustOne says:

    Barry,

    I have not checked in a few days but for the first time that I recall, a WSJ video link “worked”. Glad to see progress on TBP.

  3. TrickStar says:

    Gawd, I wish they were hiring!