The second half of the video below has some interesting information about Goldman Sachs. The video mentions an organization called LittleSis.org-Profiling the powers that be-which has compiled lists that help define the power and pervasiveness of Goldman Sachs's people.
For example, one list is of Government Officials with Ties to Goldman Sachs (a list we are familiar with on this blog); another, Hedge funds started by former Goldman Sachs executives. Elsewhere on the site, is a list of Bubble Barons (50), i.e., "American multi-billionaires who saw astronomic gains in wealth during the housing bubble. Culled from Forbes 400 wealthiest Americans lists." On that list are four Goldman Sachs guys: John Paulson, Daniel Och, Eddie Lampert and Peter Kellogg.
You can sample all the lists here
You can view the video here
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