Chelsea Clinton Exited Wall Street for More Meaning

Oct. 3 (Bloomberg) -- Chelsea Clinton, who worked at hedge fund firm Avenue Capital Group LLC from 2006-2009, talks with Bloomberg's Lindsey Rupp about her decision to leave Wall Street in search of a more meaningful career. The 32-year-old former first daughter has since earned a Masters degree in public health from Columbia University, where she teaches a course in "cross-national health policy." (Source: Bloomberg)
ECB's Constancio 'Convinced' Greece Won't Leave Euro
17:55 - European Central Bank Vice President Vitor Constancio talks about the outlook for resolution of the Greek debt crisis, contagion risk should there be a failure to reach agreement on Greece's aid program, volatility in European bond markets and European bank profitability. The ECB released its twice-yearly Financial Stability Review Thursday in which it said failure to reach an agreement on Greece’s aid program soon may drive yields on bonds issued by other euro-area countries higher. Constancio speaks with Bloomberg's Alessandro Speciale in Frankfurt. (Source: Bloomberg)
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