There is a small buzz beginning in the blogosphere of something important about to happen to Goldmans Sachs and even Goldman Sachs senses it. The excitement focuses on subpoenas going to Goldman Sachs that may signal prosecutions for Goldman Sachs's actions before and after the financial crisis. Some signs that have been noted: Goldman Sachs shares have gone down (see here) ; there are still a few apologetic pieces supporting Goldman Sachs but these ring false (see here); Time is suggesting that these may be the last days of Goldman Sachs (rather than the last days of the world!); interns are turning down Goldman Sachs offers (see here); and Goldman Sachs itself is getting ready for a "criminal probe" according to Reuters).
Not everyone is convinced that justice eventually will be served (See naked capitalism here).
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