19. February 2015 12:34
Art Samberg, Owner of Hawkes Financial and Founder of Pequot Capital, spoke with OneWire CEO Skiddy von Stade about the value of having employees who are intelligent, but who will also stay loyal and weather any storm. To watch the full video, read the full article on business insider below:
"A former hedge fund titan says there's one quality he looks for that's more important than being smart"
10. February 2015 13:58
In the second half of Ben's interview, he provides invaluable advice from his career book, The Bigs, and his own experience as co-CEO of Greenwich Capital. Hear what Ben says is the most important factor in having a successful career, and how professionals of any age can achieve it:
Wall Street CEO: Young people forget what's really important about the workplace
4. February 2015 13:50
Ben Carpenter, Vice Chairman of CRT Capital and Author of the career guide, The Bigs, sits down with OneWire CEO Skiddy von Stade to discuss how he worked his way up from a salesman at Greenwich Capital to Co-CEO of the firm. To hear how he accomplished it, watch the full video in the article below.
How 'one of the worst traders in the history of Wall Street' became a successful CEO
29. January 2015 13:17
In the latest installment to the Open Door series, OneWire CEO Skiddy von Stade sits down with Buzzy Geduld, CEO of Cougar Capital and owner of one of NYC's most popular donut shops, The Donut Pub. Buzzy sold his firm, Herzog Heine Geduld, for $920 million to Merrill Lynch in 2000, and has since opened up his family office, Cougar Capital. Hear what he looks for while hiring in the Business Insider article below.
"This Wall Street CEO Isn't Impressed By 'Fancy Schools' -- Here's What Gets Him Interested In A Candidate"
14. January 2015 17:00
OneWire CEO Skiddy von Stade, in Part II of the latest Open Door episode, speaks with Seán McCarthy, CEO and Co-Founder of Build America Mutual, about the future of municipalities as well as his number one interview tip for job seekers. Follow the link below to learn more about Seán’s thoughts on what pension pitfalls mean for Wall Street and when to further your career with an MBA.
"WALL STREET CEO: There's A Wrong Time To Get Your MBA"
17. December 2014 16:08
Sean McCarthy, CEO and Co-Founder of Build America Mutual, sits down with OneWire CEO Skiddy von Stade to talk about what it takes to make it on Wall Street today. According to Sean, it's not about liking to win but hating to lose. Read the full article below.
"Wall Street CEO Shares The Concept That's Put Him In Executive Seats Again And Again"
10. December 2014 16:02
The newest Open Door episode features Alexa von Tobel, CEO and Founder of LearnVest, who discusses the evolution of personal finance, and the 4 things she believes every millennial should be doing with their money. Read the full article below.
"Four Things All Millennials Should Do With Their Money"
3. December 2014 15:48
In Part II of his interview, Peter Solomon, Founder of Peter J Solomon Company, shares the moment he believed everything changed on Wall Street, and his experience as the only vote against the deal that destroyed Lehman Brothers. Hear his incredible story, and what advice he offers to young professionals, in the full article on Business Insider below.
"The Moment Everything Changed On Wall Street"
19. November 2014 12:40
In the latest installment to the Open Door series, OneWire CEO Skiddy von Stade sits down with Peter Solomon, the founder of Peter J Solomon Company, the first private investment bank on Wall Street. With an extensive career in both finance and politics, Peter shares what motivated him to work on Wall Street and what it was like working as Deputy Mayor of NYC under the Koch administration. Follow the link below to read the full article and watch his interview:
Peter J Solomon Started One Of The First Private Investment Banks—Here's The Advice That Sent Him To Wall Street
12. November 2014 12:06
David Pakman, Partner at Venrock Associates, shares exclusive advice for young professionals in Part II of his Open Door interview. David argues that enigneering is becoming the new "lingua franca" of business, and stresses the importance of the field in the future of the industry. Read the full Business Insider article below.
To This Venture Capitalist, One Degree Rules Above All