Goldman's top 125 execs — Morgan Stanley gears up for Palantir, Asana listings — Wall Street preps for the election

Tonight marks the first of three debates between President Donald Trump and Democratic nominee Joe Biden. Regardless of who wins, volatility is widely expected to hit the market post-election, so it'll be interesting to see if the immediate feedback from the debate results in any significant market moves one way or another. 

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Inside Goldman Sachs

Want to take a peak inside one of the most powerful firms on Wall Street?

Dakin Campbell did just that, mapping out the bank's top 125 executives, with help from our graphics whiz Shayanne Gal. 

An org chart of Goldman Sachs is interesting in and of itself, but consider the fact this comes two years since David Solomon, the bank's current chief executive, succeeded Lloyd Blankfein. Solomon has made some serious changes to how the bank is structured since taking the reins. 

If you're in the industry, or want to be one day, this one is worth checking out. 

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A Morgan Stanley trading desk headed up by a former NFL quarterback will play a central role in 's and Asana's public debuts. Here's an inside look at how it'll all go down.

Two direct listings are scheduled to go off this week with the arrival of Palantir and Asana to the public markets. Dakin Campbell took an inside look at Morgan Stanley, the bank selected as advisor to the DMM for both listings, and who previously handled the only other two direct listings at the New York Stock Exchange. Read more about how the whole process works, including the involvement of a former New York Jets quarterback.

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