• We asked some of the finance stars in Forbes 30 under 30 to share their best career advice - here's what they had to say

    17 days ago - By Business Insider

    Forbes recently released its 30 under 30 list for finance , highlighting a new crop of leaders shaking up Wall Street. Whether closing multibillion-dollar deals, inventing new financial technologies, or leading the future of crypto, they're already making an impact despite their young age.
    Business Insider asked these finance superstars to share their best career advice for the young professionals. Here's what they had to say.
    Charlie Javice, 26, founder of Frank.
    The 26-year-old University of Pennsylvania grad is trying to improve the $1.5 trillion student loan market by making the...
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  • A 28-year-old M&A rising star at a $15 billion media company gives her 3 best pieces of career advice

    A 28-year-old M&A rising star at a $15 billion media company gives her 3 best pieces of career advice

    17 days ago - By Business Insider

    Michelle Arbov, age 28, is vice president of mergers and acquisitions at media company IAC.
    She helped lead a series of high profile acquisitions, including IAC's purchase of Angie's List for over $500 million, and played a key role in scaling its HomeAdvisor business.
    Arbov was named this year to Forbes' 30 under 30 list for finance. Business Insider recently asked her to share her best career advice for other young professionals.
    Michelle Arbov, age 28, is a rising star at IAC, a $15 billion internet conglomerate founded by media mogul Barry Diller.
    She joined the company three years ago...
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  • A 28-year-old M&A rising star at a $15 billion media company gives her 3 best pieces of career advice

    A 28-year-old M&A rising star at a $15 billion media company gives her 3 best pieces of career advice

    17 days ago - By Business Insider

    Michelle Arbov, age 28, is vice president of mergers and acquisitions at media company IAC.
    She helped lead a series of high profile acquisitions, including IAC's purchase of Angie's List for over $500 million, and played a key role in scaling its HomeAdvisor business.
    Arbov was named this year to Forbes' 30 under 30 list for finance. Business Insider recently asked her to share her best career advice for other young professionals.
    Michelle Arbov, age 28, is a rising star at IAC, a $15 billion internet conglomerate founded by media mogul Barry Diller.
    She joined the company three years ago...
    Read more ...