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An MBA degree might offer some prestige, but it won't help much in the leap from Main Street to Wall Street, according to a survey by Training The Street (TTS), a corporate training provider for Wall Street firms. The survey of incoming associates at a global investment bank found that 86 percent of the participants did not feel prepared when completing mergers and acquisitions analysis. Eighty percent

An MBA degree might offer some prestige, but it won't help much in the leap from Main Street to Wall Street, according to a survey by Training The Street (TTS), a corporate training provider for Wall Street firms. The survey of incoming associates at a global investment bank found that 86 percent of the participants did not feel prepared when completing mergers and acquisitions analysis. Eighty percent did not feel prepared for leveraged buyout analysis.

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