JPMorgan's Cembalest Sends His Son Off To College And A Very Different WorldMark Melin
With his second son headed to college, JPMorgan’s Michael Cembalest shares practical advice provided to his son but are words of wisdom that apply across the board, including at times on Wall Street. He addressed thinking independently amid “ideological uniformity,” while mixing humorous advice on dating and cloths color choices with serious notes on consent, binge drinking, the realities of a green planet and life after college. College and social norms have changed dramatically since Cembalest attended school.
The real world, where people pay taxes, has a . . .
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