There are only two places for children at Goldman Sachs: earning six-figure salaries in positions that they have obtained through nepotism or at home with a goddamn nanny. Not on your desk in photos, not on your computer as a screen saver, not inside your mind, and never inside your body. If former vice-president Charlotte Hanna had heeded these unspoken but agreed-upon rules, she might still be running the internal training program and not having to file lawsuits against her former employer in hopes of maintaining the lifestyle to which she has become accustomed. Some people.
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