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Is Wall Street Beneath Business Students' Standards?

Graduates who consider themselves 'highly ethical' are shunning finance, New York Fed chief Dudley says he hears from deans.
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Why Recent Grads Turn to Tech Spurning Wall Street

Business school deans say some students who consider themselves "highly ethical" are avoiding careers in finance because they consider the field beneath their standards.

That's according to William Dudley, president of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, who is waging a campaign to improve behavior on Wall Street.