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FRONTLINE Preview: “I felt like I was doing something immoral.”

Six weeks ago, a young, Stanford-educated Goldman Sachs employee named Greg Smith wrote a scathing op-ed in The New York Times decrying his firm’s “toxic culture” — and then promptly disappeared from sight. The New York Post soon reported that he’d parleyed his poison-pen into a $1.5 million book deal with a top Manhattan-based publisher. [...]
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Undercover Study Finds That Financial Advisers Put Profits Ahead Of Their Clients

US Politics / Liberal : Think Progress (3 years ago)

Former Goldman Sachs trader Greg Smith publicly resigned three weeks ago, decrying the firm’s “toxic and destructive” culture in a scathing New York Times editorial. But it isn’t just traders at America’s biggest investment bank tha... Read Post

YES! Here Comes The Juicy Memoir From Former Goldman Employee Greg Smith

Business & Finance : Business Insider: Clusterstock (2 years ago)

The New York Times' Peter Lattman and Julie Bosman have a preview of the memoir coming October 22 from Greg Smith, the former Goldman Sachs salesman who this spring penned an incendiary op-ed about the firm's working culture, and it... Read Post

Greg Smith, Goldman Sachs, and Corporate Culture

Business & Finance : The Business Ethics Blog (3 years ago)

By now everyone has heard that a guy named Greg Smith wrote a letter this week. Who is Greg Smith and why does anyone care? Why is Greg Smith’s letter getting attention from anyone who isn’t a Goldman Sachs employee, customer, or sh... Read Post


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