Madison Rowley occupied the uppermost floors of 1440 Broadway. The highest floor claimed the traders and members of upper management as its denizens, while the lower one housed the back office employees. Tim had spent the bulk of his time on the 24th floor, having worked for both documentation and operations before finally landing in finance where he thrived.
A snag in paperwork meant that Tim’s promised promotion was delayed several months, forcing him to remain in his old position until the end of July; fortunately, the wait would soon be over. He loved the idea of having an office on the highest floor, but the fact that it would be across the hall from Jack Hennison’s filled him with even more excitement.
He had reported to Jack for the first f...
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