Does Wall Street Have a Heart? Good Business International Takes a Walk Down the New Wall Street

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Good Business International (GoodB) the hip and savvy New York based ''Better World Business'' think-tank issues its not-to-be-missed fall journal on the changing world of investment banking.

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A Lehman Brothers top manager describes the current financial crisis as 'an economic 9/11.' Another Lehman trader describes former Masters of the Universe as 'dead men walking' in WSW’s The Human Bottom Line.

Good Business International (GoodB) the hip and savvy New York based ''Better World Business'' think-tank issues its not-to-be-missed fall journal on the changing world of investment banking. The innovative Wall Street Walk pages reveal a unique behind-the-scenes view of the investment banking and hedge fund worlds direct from Wall Street itself. Wall Street Walk bills itself as a ''values-based'' online journal ''dedicated to the NEW Wall Street and the changing financial industry.''

Written by GoodB’s ''Wall Street change brokers,'' Wall Street Walk reports ''all the news that’s fit to print and you will never find anywhere else but here.'' Former Lehman Brothers bankers, Bear Stearns traders, and top management in the financial industry reveal the human side of the crisis. If you want to know what insiders really think about the current financial crisis, WSW reports the real-life drama that ordinary Americans never see.

Wall Street veteran and internationally renowned business ethics expert Peter Ressler edits an innovative column called: From the Trenches: The Heart of Wall Street, a fascinating look at the unfolding human drama in the formerly impenetrable walls of Wall Street. As an international leader on values-based leadership and CEO of a powerhouse Wall Street recruiting firm, Peter Ressler is one of the most unique voices on the Street. His column, peppered with wisdom and insight, is a rare glimpse into a very private and inscrutable world of investment banking. Ressler’s reputation as ''the best in the business'' in financial recruiting after 28 years serving institutional debt and equity capital markets puts him in the birds-eye seat to view the crisis. Ressler tells us candidly what Wall Street is thinking. ''I was sucker-punched,'' one commercial real-estate investor says about Dick Fuld’s mismanagement and Lehman’s bankruptcy.

Does Wall Street have a Heart? Readers find out the answer on the pages of Wall Street Walk. "A Lehman Brothers top manager describes the current financial crisis as 'an economic 9/11.' Another Lehman trader describes former Masters of the Universe as 'dead men walking' in WSW’s The Human Bottom Line."

Good Business International and Wall Street Walk report on Federal Reserve Chairman Bernanke, Treasury Secretary and Former Goldman Sachs CEO Hank Paulson, former Lehman Brothers CEO Dick Fuld, top managers and players in the global economic crisis, plus Wall Street initiatives for the Common Good, Green Business, Socially Responsible investing and Wall Street ethics in a way that no one else is reporting these – from the human side.

© Good Business International, Inc. 2008

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