CBS Evening News for Friday, Nov 21, 1986
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.
(NYC: Ray Brady) Ethics and motivating forces of Wall Street's best and brightest, dubbed the "whiz kids," examined; scenes shown. [Wall Street recruiter Bob SMITH - notes starting salary for many.] [Kevin BURNES - agrees.] [Michael CULP - wants rapid wealth.] [BURNES - doesn't consider million a year unusual.] Burnes' current status described. [BURNES - cites advantages of youth in the financial community.] [STUDENTS - explain their attraction.] [Harvard Bus. school spokesperson John MATTHEWS - defs. school's approach.]
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