New book reveals Goldman Sachs CEO has mystical qualities.
"To put it bluntly, they are assholes. Huge assholes."
The finance equivalent of appearing on the "My Favorite Things" episode of Oprah.
Or, as they are known internally, dirty filthy poor people.
Just in time for the holidays, an action figure of the Goldman Sachs CEO.
From Horace Mann to Iraq to the tea party.
The Goldman Sachs CEO digs into his "native soil" at a groundbreaking in Bed-Stuy.
“Unless you spend $250,000 to $500,000 a year ... they don’t pay any attention to you at all.”
"Literarily, in order to sell people on a lot of the subject matter, it just works better when you make a villain, like a James Bond–style villain, out of Goldman Sachs."
Bank of America lost $7.3 billion, Goldman just lost a little of its luster.
"Goldman isn't there to give you the warm and fuzzies."
Lloyd Blankfein's memo to Goldman Sachs employees was clear: Keep a low profile.
Also, the amount of time Jake spends in the office is way off — by Goldman standards, anyway.
Attendees at a "Training the Street" workshop race to complete spreadsheets and price Hermès.
It sounds very 'Soylent Green' when you say it that way, doesn't it?
Goldman CEO Lloyd Blankfein shows up on Tim Geithner's calendar a lot.
It starts with one man.
Unlike some people, he's no bleeding heart.