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Sunday, November 15, 2009

Goldman Sachs Links and News - November 13 - 14, 2009

It is amazing that that after almost 3 weeks that articles about GS and God's work comment still fill the news and blogs.  The world seems outraged by this comment and rightfully so.   But, the people are taking the fight to Goldman directly.  See tomorrows story on "the people's" protest at the doorsteps of Goldman's Washington, D.C. offices.

BrickWork: The London Property Blog: Sachs of Gold In Hampstead ...
By The London Hound
Last week the boss of Goldman Sachs - Lloyd Blankfein - quite literally sent shockwaves around the globe with his revelation that bankers were actually doing 'God's work'. Well marvellous! Though this soundbite must have raised a few ...

In The News Today : Welcome To Jim Sinclair's MineSet
By Jim Sinclair
WHAT: Hundreds of taxpayers and community leaders to converge on the Goldman Sachs Washington, D.C. headquarters to demand an end to the Too Big To Fail doctrine, request that their projected $23 billion in bonuses and compensation go ...

Goldman Sachs' born-again image is laughable
New York Post
It turns out that giving back is hard to do -- especially, it seems, if you are Goldman Sachs. In a week during which Goldman Sachs chief Lloyd Blankfein ...

Goldman Sachs Just Can't Feel the Love
Seeking Alpha (blog)
Goldman Sachs (GS) is perhaps the most hated corporation in America right now. They are taking flak from all sides. Here are just a couple examples: So, ...

When Goldman Sachs Invokes Divine Purpose
Seeking Alpha (blog)
Lately Goldman Sachs (GS) executives have been invoking God and Jesus in trying to justify their obscene profits. It shows a total disconnect between ...

Paulson Takes Citigroup Stake, Sells Goldman Sachs Shares ...
By CaribbeanCat
Paulson Takes Citigroup Stake, Sells Goldman Sachs Shares Bloomberg Nov. 14 (Bl.
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Can Goldman Find God?
Daily Beast
Jemal Countess / Getty Images Lloyd Blankfein says Goldman Sachs is “doing God's work.” Is it? A former Goldman partner, a minister, and seminary president ...

Goldman Sachs sold sub-prime junk as "no risk AAA" then gambled for prices to tank
Goldman Sachs was at the heart of the sub-prime market, which was the impetus that began this financial crisis. Here's what GS did: they promoted and sold ...

A Load Of Bull
This quote, care of the LondonTimes(though delivered in irony, according to Goldman Sachs) was met with bewilderment at a Chinese business conference in ... Protesters Headed to Goldman Sachs DC ...
By Robert Wenzel
This is the continuing attempt of the extreme left wing to co-opt the anti-Goldman Sachs, anti-corporatist, sentiment in the country. While the goal should be to limit government so that firms like Goldman can not get their hands on the ...

Goldman Sachs Cancels Christmas (GS)
By John Carney
We understand why Goldman Sachs wants to keep a low-profile. Almost every bit of news about Goldman prompts outrage and the firm is still trying to figure out how to pay bonsues without provoking politicians and the public. ...

SEIU's Stern to lead Goldman Sachs protest
By VICTORIA MCGRANE | 11/13/09 12:23 PM EST Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein may have had his tongue in his cheek when he said his bankers were doing ...

Art Levine: God to Goldman Sachs: You're Not Doing 'God's Work ...
By Art Levine
Sources close to God reported Thursday that the Supreme Being was angered at recent comments by Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein that's he's just a banker "doing God's work."


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