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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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