Ex-VP trader sues Goldman for disability dismissal
NEW YORK, Sept 30 (Reuters) - A former Goldman Sachs Group Inc (GS.N) vice president and trader accused the firm of dismissing her last year because of a ...
The secret to Goldman Sachs' good fortune
Goldman Sachs knows lots of important people. That fact is indisputable, mainly because former Goldman employees are scattered ...
US secretly tried to make deal with Goldman Sachs in wake of ...
By Raw Story
BREAKING 10:08 AM ET:Vanity Fair will report in the next issue of the magazine that US Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson — a former head of the investment bank Goldman Sachs — tried to orchestrate secretive deals in the midst of the ...
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RGE - An Inside Look at How Goldman Sachs Lobbies the Senate
By Mark Thoma
An Inside Look at How Goldman Sachs Lobbies the Senate, by Matt Taibbi: ...Later on this week I have a story coming out in Rolling Stone that looks at the history of the Bear Stearns and Lehman Brothers collapses.
Rolling Stone's Matt Taibbi: Goldman Sachs Continues Misleading ...
Huffington Post (blog)
According to Rolling Stone political reporter Matt Taibbi, financial firm Goldman Sachs is intentionally spreading misinformation through its lobbying ...
Hank Paulson's Speed Dial #1: Goldman Sachs | Froogalizer.com
It would appear that employees of the NY Post can do more than merely plant stories and spread unfounded rumors. Some of them actually do investigative work.
Stella D'Oro workers fight both Goldman Sachs and City Hall in ...
New York Daily News
BY Mike Jaccarino Stella D'oro workers gathered outside of Goldman Sachs headquarters to protest the closing of their plant. Workers at the Stella D'Oro ...
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Geely denies Goldman Sachs' investment in Volvo
Zikkir World (blog)
... will issue HK$2.586 billion ($334 million) in convertible bonds and warrants to a private equity under Goldman Sachs through directional introduction
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