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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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Why I Left Goldman Sachs: Is the bank's most famous quitter a con man?

Business & Finance : The Week: U.S. Business (2 years ago)

In March, Greg Smith lit up the financial world with an eye-catching op-ed in The New York Times titled "Why I am leaving Goldman Sachs." Smith, a former vice president at the company, decried the "toxic and destructive" environment... 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 (2 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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