Wall Street morality | Adventures in film-making | The Hives

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Happy Monday, everyone! Here's what we have on tap for you today:

  • Q Essay: Can we hold the line on Cyber Monday? In his opening essay, Jian reflects on the parade of calendar dates now dedicated to shopping. [FULL ESSAY]

  • 53 per cent of financial service executives say that their careers would be negatively affected by behaving ethically, according to a new study spearheaded by the CFA Institute. In light of the report, Jian speaks to photojournalist and ex-trader Chris Arnade. The Wall Street veteran explains why recklessness and risk-taking are still rewarded in the sector, and why he chose get out of the game: [FULL POST]

  • Bryan Smith is an award-winning filmmaker for the National Geographic channel who specializes in high-stakes TV assignments around "extreme feats and high adventure." Given the controversy around deaths and injuries in the reality documentary realm, Jian asks him why he risks his neck to capture rare footage and document danger: [FULL POST]

  • Energetic Swedish pop-punk band The Hives ("Hate to Say I Told You So," "Tick Tick Boom") play live in studio from their latest album, Lex Hives. Put down the coffee, folks, this is your Monday remedy: [FULL POST]


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