Wolves Of Wall Street: How A Network Of Frat Boys Tilts The Field Against Women
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December 26, 2013

Via Moyers & Company:

Martin Scorcese’s new film, The Wolf of Wall Street, depicts a culture of hyper-masculinity and emotional immaturity, as Leonardo DiCaprio’s character, Jordan Belfort, parties hard and cuts shady deals in a drug-induced haze.

A report by Max Abelson and Zeke Faux  published this week by Bloomberg reveals that a different kind of male culture is dominant in the real world of high flying Wall Street executives. Abelson and Faux report that a network of fraternity brothers exists that effectively tilts the playing field against women, among others.

They write:

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