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Greg Smith, an executive director at Goldman Sachs, resigned with a blistering public essay that accused the bank of dismissing customers as 'muppets'. Photograph: Richard Drew/AP The former Goldman Sachs banker who claimed that his bosses called
At last, Harry Potter's adventures are available electronically. Britain's Duchess of Cornwall has visited the set of the TV series "The Killing," where she was greeted by Danish actress Sofie Graaboel in her trademark off-white-and-black sweater.
Officers found Zamontay Green, 19 months, in the backseat a white Mercury Sable driving erratically near 6500 S...Detectives said Monday autopsy results indicate the boy died of blunt force trauma to the head. Two women inside the car, Mica Shoate
Defending his company under blistering criticism, the CEO of Goldman Sachs testily told skeptical US senators Tuesday that customers who bought securities from the Wall Street giant in the run-up to a national financial crisis came looking for risk
Notorious Goldman Sachs traitor Greg Smith and Fed chief Ben Bernanke have one thing in common: Nobody will listen to them. A week after Smith's New York Times resignation set off an ethics bomb in the heart of Wall Street, two main camps of reaction
The company-wide email review comes after an executive director named Greg Smith resigned last week in a scathing op-ed column in the New York Times in which he said he saw five Goldman managing directors refer to clients as "muppets," at times over
The next few weeks promise to be fraught ones in the human resources departments of the City's investment banks. Now that the bonus season is over, and the heated public debate has died down a bit, it's time to swing the axe.
Greg Smith, former Goldman Sachs Group Inc executive director and former head of its US equity derivatives business in Europe, the Middle East and Africa, caused an uproar with his claim that the firm had "sidelined" its clients in its pursuit of
Smith's announcement of his departure from the storied firm whose culture he describes as toxic and destructive set off a shock wave heard round the world. It was brutally criticized as naive, but far more frequently praised as courageous, an
Goldman Sachs Group Inc.'s directors must investigate a former employee's allegations about a change in the firm's culture, Jacki Zehner, who was a partner when she left the firm in 2002, wrote on her blog. Zehner said she doesn't know Greg Smith,