With bonus day looming, the bank braces itself for furor from both sides.
While pure capitalists might appreciate the genius of this maneuver, on a human level it seems like an uncool thing to do.
With his weight.
The villainization of Goldman Sachs continues.
Because the rewards are so worth it.
The 'Times' CEO whisperer explains why top Wall Street figures missed a meeting.
From those who received extraordinary assistance, an extraordinary commitment is demanded.
Score one for the loudmouth populace.
Of course not, silly.
“The question isn’t who is going to let me; it’s who is going to stop me.”
Maybe they just don't understand it.
Haven't we had to put up with enough from this organization?
"See, we got to $70 million because xy2 + yx + x = 0."
"Has it really come to this?" asks Alice Schroeder in Bloomberg. Probably not, no.
Finally, the bank gets advice from someone people actually listen to.
Watch an animation based on this week's cover story about the fight over AIG bonuses.
Three hundred Goldman employees are spending this Thanksgiving on garbage duty.