Dust Off Desks and Boot Up Terminals: Wall St. Returns, Fitfully
New York’s finance industry is beginning to reoccupy offices in fits and starts, impeded by uncertainty around the virus.
“Going back to work is a good thing,” Mr. Dimon said at a virtual investment conference last week. “You can create more deaths from depression, overdose if we’re not real careful and manage those things.”
HERO. “'Covid is effectively gone from New York,' said Jason Mudrick, who runs Mudrick Capital, explaining why he sees little reason to keep his 26 employees home."
“I personally think that all my hedge fund colleagues who are not coming back until later are just taking it as an excuse to have a long summer vacation.” - Jason Mudrick
once again I am begging you to eat the rich
"Jamie Dimon, the chief executive of JPMorgan, who returned to the office this summer after recovering from emergency heart surgery, recently warned that prolonged remote work could lead to drug abuse or worse."