They Told Her No Firm Would Pay Her Equally. So She Started Her Own.

Whatever your feelings are toward Wall Street these days, I think most of us can agree that Muriel Siebert, the “First Lady of Wall Street,” was kind of a bad-ass. She helped put a big, fat crack in that ever-present glass ceiling at one of the most notorious boys' clubs. For that, I think her legacy should live on.

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