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( ) A data-driven investment banker kept a detailed spreadsheet of 12 women he was chasing — coldly ranking their appearance on a scale of 1 to 10 — only to see his master plan backfire when he foolishly sent the file to one of them. The compilation shows that Merkur was e-mailing, texting and dating several women at the same time in late March and early April. Cortney, a 24-year-old Chicago native, got a 7.5 in looks but lost points after she blew off a scheduled date.

The spreadsheet shows the meticulous records that David Merkur, 28, kept on each of the girls — eight of whom he met on and four he’d met through friends and family — and a column for their profile photos. “Stood me up: said 4/2 that she was at hospital with friend; might revisit,” Merkur wrote.

A woman walks past the Louis Vuitton store in New York, February 15, 2007.

A woman's online bid to find a rich husband in New York earning more than 0,000 a year has caused an Internet stir with a mystery Wall Street banker publicly assessing her hunt for romance as a business deal -- and a bad one at that.

In fact, when it comes to allocating the banker’s budget, the topic can be downright polarizing. Digital e Statements When considering whether your institution should prioritize budgets for paper statements or digital statements, it’s important that a distinction be made between traditional e Statements and digital e Statements.

The Electronic Signatures in Global and National Commerce Act still inhibits financial institutions from switching customers to digital or e Statements without their consent; and it’s likely that consumers who have opted out of these digital options won’t change their minds anytime soon.

On a fundamental level, this digital banking focus has centered on a singular goal: providing a great customer experience.

But in the realm of banking statements, it seems bankers—and customers—are at a crossroads.

REUTERS/Keith Bedford The anonymous 25-year-old woman recently posted an ad on the free online New York community Web site Craigslist, newyork.craigslist.org/, appealing for advice on how to find a wealthy husband.

“I know how that sounds, but keep in mind that a million a year is middle class in New York City, so I don’t think I’m overreaching at all,” the woman, who described herself as “spectacularly beautiful” and “superficial,” wrote.

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