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.
He's not proud of it, but in light of recent events, he feels he should point that out.
The bond-selling bon vivant at the center of the SEC's investigation of Goldman Sachs will defend his good name.
"We weren't consulted about the particular position," spokesman says of Goldman's new adviser.
The French salesman at the center of the SEC's case against Goldman Sachs has left unfriendly England.
We hate to shatter your innocence, but it is possible.
"In light of recent events involving the firm, we appreciate the support of our clients and shareholders, and the dedication and commitment of our people."
For once, Citigroup is grateful not to be like Goldman Sachs.
The man at the center of the government's case against Goldman Sachs retreats.
The bond salesman at the center of the SEC suit against Goldman Sachs seems fun.
Execs including Blankfein got involved when housing market began to collapse, paper says.
They better get it while they can.
"Not our problem," pretty much sums it up.
Hell hath no fury like a hedge-fund manager scorned.
The Goldman VP was impressed with himself for figuring out how to game the system with "complex, highly leveraged, exotic trades he created without necessarily understanding all of the implications!"
Says the firm let hedge-funder John Paulson pay them to structure a crappy CDO, then sold it to clients like it was awesome.
"A couple of hours after the NY mag piece went online I received an email from Goldman Sachs reminding me of the amount of cash I had made whilst my money was with them."