Monkey Business: Swinging Through the Wall Street Jungle Test | Final Test - Easy

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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. How did Rolfe and Troob maintain a good relationship with the copy center?
(a) Pizza, beer, and food on late night shifts.
(b) Taking them for joy rides in company cars.
(c) Inviting the workers to happy hour.
(d) Visiting the workers on off hours.

2. Gradually, what did Troob feel guilty about?
(a) His inability to stand up for himself.
(b) That he would leave Rolfe behind.
(c) Who is friends were.
(d) His rowdy, unruly, behavior.

3. How long could a road show last?
(a) 4 weeks.
(b) 2 weeks.
(c) 10 weeks.
(d) 3 days.

4. Who must approve all sales and values of securities?
(a) The SEC.
(b) The Fed.
(c) DLJ.
(d) The government.

5. After word processing, who was next in line to receive the pitch book?
(a) Copy center.
(b) The managing directors.
(c) The client.
(d) The buyers.

6. What do potential investors rely on during a prospectus presentation?
(a) Pretty pictures and images.
(b) Their own instincts.
(c) Rely on the sales pitch of the investment banker.
(d) Their lawyers opinions.

7. How did the word processors perform their jobs?
(a) With little or not gusto.
(b) Very quickly and efficiently.
(c) With a lot of passion.
(d) Slowly.

8. Where are most European investment banks headquartered?
(a) London and Paris.
(b) Montreal.
(c) Madrid.
(d) Berlin.

9. Performance reviews mark _______________ at DLJ.
(a) A time to reflect.
(b) A new year.
(c) The end of the year.
(d) A sad time.

10. What is the most important thing that associates must always attend?
(a) Pitch book proposals.
(b) Lunches.
(c) Investment meetings.
(d) Drafting sessions for the prospectus.

11. How many sections were in a prospectus?
(a) Ten sections.
(b) Three sections.
(c) Thirteen sections.
(d) Twenty sections.

12. No ___________ is spared in printing the prospectus.
(a) Expense.
(b) Inconvenience.
(c) Down time.
(d) Time.

13. Who was in charge of revising the pitch books?
(a) Managing directors.
(b) Everyone.
(c) New associates.
(d) Junior vice presidents.

14. What do the high bonuses say about DLJ?
(a) The company gave away any amount of money to keep employees.
(b) DLJ values people who do a good job.
(c) DLJ loves all of its employees.
(d) DLJ had a lot of business coming in.

15. At the end of Bonuses, Reviews, and Compensation, what became clear to Troob and Rolfe?
(a) Employees don't matter to DLJ. They will use associates like commodities.
(b) No one received a raise.
(c) DLJ is the best company to work for.
(d) They would never be able to make more money in another field.

Short Answer Questions

1. How do Troob and Rolfe feel about leaving DLJ?

2. After both men left the company, how did they feel about themselves and their lives?

3. What happened to the older bankers?

4. How could DLJ find out about competitors' bonuses?

5. What was the associates' creative time?

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