With his name and image appearing on the “Today” show, in The New York Post and all over the Web site Gawker, Aleksey Vayner may be the. Aleksey Vayner, the Yale graduate who garnered the Internet’s video may have been the “world’s greatest” resume, quipped Ben McGrath at. The Yale student who catapulted to Internet infamy with a disastrous video resume he sent to a prospective employer has reportedly died at his.
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Impossible Is Nothing (video résumé)
Retrieved from ” https: New York Daily News25 January The Daily Mail said the cause of death remains unclear but that he may have died of a heart attack following a drug overdose. According to the article, a spokesman from the New York City Medical Examiner confirmed the record of a year-old man matching Vayner’s description under the name “Alex Stone,” although the cause of his death has yet to be determined.
There was an error with your request. Retrieved 8 May The theory that will take artificial intelligence to the trading floor Morning Coffee: The Internet meme surrounding “Impossible Is Nothing” spread in typical fashion: On October 31st,the business news blog Dealbreaker  reported that Vayner had a book coming out titled Millionaires’ Blueprint to Successbased on his experiences with wealthy people he knew through tennis and skiing. In this resume, still visible here, Vayner engaged in everything from bench presses to ballroom dancing, tennis and skiing, all in a quest to get a job in an investment bank UBS specifically.
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Know Aleksdy Meme is an advertising supported site and we noticed that you’re using an ad-blocking solution. This article’s lead section does not adequately summarize key points of its contents. Please click the verification link in your email to activate your newsletter subscription. It’s and Deutsche Apeksey would like everyone to calm down. Like us on Facebook! Vayner began sending cease-and-desist letters to websites hosting his video resume, including YouTube, IvyGate and several other blogs as well as UBS for their involvement with disseminating the video.
In the years after graduating from Yale, Vayner’s LinkedIn profile suggests he spent six months contracting at Morgan Stanley but didn’t achieve another position at a major investment bank. On January 23rd,IvyGate published an article reporting that Vayner had died on the morning of January 19th at his residence in Queens, New York.
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Other investigating publications learned that Vayner has variously claimed the following . Vayner changed vxyner name to Alex Stone in Apriland yesterday it was reported that he had passed away.
Jan 24, at One blog, IvyGatebecame famous due to its disputes with Vayner. In further investigating the incident, IvyGate learned and published  that:.
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Interspliced with the interview are clips of Vayner performing various feats, including bench pressing, skiing, playing tennis, ballroom dancing, and karate-chopping a stack of bricks. Press ‘i’ to view the image gallery’v’ to view the video galleryor ‘r’ to view alejsey random entry. Deutsche Bank has got rid of Casey Talbot, head of credit sales for America, and some others.
Impossible is Nothing Uploaded by Brad. The New York Times Dealbook. Unfortunately, Vayner’s video resume backfired, serving only to make him a laughing stock.