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By Bess Levin
Citi Snags Ex-Goldman Trader For Japan Forex Role - Memo
Wall Street Journal
Goldman Confident Reform Law Is Manageable, BofA Says
File these next links under "Can You Believe This?" The media has nothing better to report on GS then this sh...t!
Goldman Sachs bans employees from using swear words in e-mails, texts and ...
New York Daily News
Goldman Sachs: No More "Sh**ty" Deals
Goldman Sachs Bans the Phrase “Shitty Deal”; Making Shitty Deals Still OK
Vanity FairDiversions: Goldman Sachs says no more expletives in emails
Washington Post (blog)
Everyone's Talking About This
New York Daily News, CBS News, Vanity Fair (Vanity Fair?) and The Washington Post along with many blogs seem to think that Goldman's banning the use of certain profanity in their emails is news worthy. Wow!
Is this just a slow news day and there is a need for fill? Wow! Seems to me that publications like The Washington Post, New York Daily Times, CBS News and even Vanity Fair have investigative budgets and should be doing investigative work on the frauds and crimes that have been committed. There should be enough fill in investigations of this type to fill slow news days for years to come. In fact, there should be enough information to report on almost every day.
But, that would ruffle too many feathers on Wall Street and probably hurt advertising sales along the way, if not directly then indirectly.
Well, I hate to say this but this is pretty sh....ty. (please fill in the blanks, I don't want to swear in public).