Smoking pot instead of snorting coke.
Drug-test data compiled by Sterling Infosystems, a drug-testing firm, shows that bankers are trading lines for blunts. Marijuana showed up in 80 percent of failed tests in 2009, up from 64 percent in 2007, according to The Wall Street Journal Meanwhile, cocaine was present in 16 percent of positive tests in 2007; in 2009, that number sunk to 7 percent. Wall Street just wants to chill, dude.
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