The SEC's Enforcer scores again.
In a statement, the CEO sounded humbled.
$550 million, and "no admission of guilt."
With high-school reunion season on the horizon, the agency had to do something.
Investigation triggered by SEC referral.
Was the financial crisis Goldman's fault? No, but they are sad about it.
At the Squid, conformist behavior leads to group eating disorders.
"We lost money, then made more than we lost because of shorts."
Like that's a bad thing.
Both disturbing and gross!
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.
How else would they celebrate?
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.
"Intuitive psychic" Laura Day is the latest soothsayer to be accused of unsavory behavior.
Turns out he cannot actually predict the future.