One thing hasn't changed since the John Houseman TV spots of years past ("Smith Bahney. They make money the old-fashioned way. They earn it."): Smith Barney, now Salomon Smith Barney, is still making money—oodles of it. Salomon Smith Barney, which is part of Citigroup's global and corporate investment bank, ranks number one in almost every major category in the league tables. Want to get in on the action? WetFeet brings you this Insider Guide to help you get your foot in the door at this giant among giants by answering questions such as:
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Gary Alpert and Steve Pollock are the founders of WetFeet.com, a San Francisco-based research and Internet publishing firm that produces the leading series of Insider's Guides for job seekers. The WetFeet Insider Guide series is used by top caliber job seekers worldwide to prepare for their interviews with leading management consulting, financial services, consumer products and high technology firms. Alpert and Pollock have recently been recognized by the New York Times, Forbes, Business Week and Fortune Magazine as founders of one of the most influential information resources for top-tier job seekers. Alpert and Pollock are 1993 MBA graduates of Stanford Business School.
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