Lloyd Blankfein

The Lost Goldman Sachs 1985 Fixed Income Recruiting Video

“The pace is fast, and the atmosphere is intense,” Goldman’s former self warns: “Emotions change from minute to minute.” Prerequisites for getting a job there included, “intelligence, independence, a strong desire to succeed, creativity and the ability the quickly translate ideas into action…”

These Are New York City's Top-Selling Condo Buildings

A ranking of New York City's top-selling apartment buildings from Property Shark found that the city's leading hotspot is Central Park, with six of the 10 best-selling buildings clustered around the landmark.

Goldman Accused Of Funding Maduro's Dictatorship

The president of Venezuela's opposition-run Congress on Monday accused Wall Street investment bank Goldman Sachs of "aiding and abetting the country's dictatorial regime" following a report that it had bought $2.8 billion in bonds from the cash-strapped country.

DOJ Probing Goldman For Rigging Treasury Auctions

While we doubt anything material will emerge for various obvious reasons, the NY Post reports that the DOJ is probing Goldman Sachs for alleged Treasury auction rigging: the charge is that Goldman, one of the 23 US primary dealers, won almost all Treasury bond auctions from 2007 to about 2011.

The Real Barack Obama Is Finally Exposed To Everyone

"Denial is an extremely powerful thing, and tens of millions of Democrats were completely bamboozled by Obama due to their personal obsession with the man. This is precisely why cult of personality worship is so dangerous and counterproductive when it comes to politics."

45 Trillion Reasons Why Gary Cohn Has Recused Himself From All Goldman Matters

“consistent with the stringent ethics rules established by the Trump Administration, Mr Cohn will recuse himself from participating in any matter directly involving his former employer, Goldman Sachs. He will also recuse himself from any matter or potential rulemaking before the CFTC in which Goldman Sachs has participated.”

Trump Concerned There Are Too Many "Goldman Guys" On His Team

According to Bloomberg, Goldman banker Jim Donovan is under consideration for the No. 2 job at the Treasury Department, but he’s got one big thing working against him: Too many “Goldman guys” already have high-up positions in the Trump administration.