What you need to know on Wall Street today

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Goldman Sachs has been on a mission to become the Google of Wall Street, with its chief financial officer, Marty Chavez, once saying “Goldman is for risk what Google is for search.” Now it has snagged a top engineer from the West Coast tech giant.

Reinaldo Aguiar, a former senior software engineer at Google, is set to join the investment bank in March, a person familiar with the hire told Business Insider. Read the full story.

Hedge funds are expected to pull in $41 billion in fresh assets this year, according to a survey by Deutsche Bank. Here are the hottest strategies. Investors are piling back into an infamous trade that just blew up. Millennials are making a big mistake when it comes to investing, Morgan Stanley’s US equity chief says.

Here’s a definitive guide to the state of each business on Wall Street, which is coming off a ghastly year.

Riot Blockchain plummeted after a CNBC investigation found no evidence of an advertised shareholders meeting.

Here’s the latest in Crypto:

Legendary investor Bill Gurley says that there’s a “systematic problem in Silicon Valley” because it’s too easy to get cash.

Google has never revealed YouTube’s revenues – but one analyst who thinks that’s about to change says it’s a $15 billion business. Big marketers like McDonald’s, HP, and State Farm are changing the ad agency model as we know it.

“Black Panther” is already breaking records at the box office – and had the second-best Thursday preview of any Marvel movie.

Lastly, here’s a day in the life of a United Airlines flight attendant, who woke up before 3 a.m. and ran circles around us for 9 hours.