Goldman Sachs did not like to hear repeated the swearwords found in their own e-mails during the investigation into their role in contributing to the present recession. They have invoked new rules for their employees in order to keep clean verbally (but no such strictures on obscene amounts of money earned!).
Here is a comedic take on how some bosses have used obscenities in the past. Two are from Goldman Sachs:
Take One here
Take Two here
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