Really? What is going on.
Apparently, Obama's use of the phrase "financial weapons of mass destruction" set off some whispers in the Goldman seats.
Like that's a bad thing.
Greece has formally requested a $60 billion bailout from the E.U. and the IMF.
A reporter for the 'Guardian' is rebuffed by Goldman's CEO.
But the numbers behind the numbers still aren't too rosy.
Was the onetime White House favorite boycotting?
COO to pierce president with laser eyes.
Just because you're too big to fail doesn't mean you're too big to get on the phone.
“We found out about it (the SEC action) on CNBC,” said the president.
The bond-selling bon vivant at the center of the SEC's investigation of Goldman Sachs will defend his good name.
A deposition from the former Paulson and Company employee contradicts the government's case against Goldman Sachs.
"We weren't consulted about the particular position," spokesman says of Goldman's new adviser.
How else would they celebrate?
That's what some people would like, anyway.