Goldman Sachs is rightfully upset with Bloomberg LP and some reporters at Bloomberg News. The New York Post reports that execs at the investment firm confronted Bloomberg LP after realizing that Bloomberg News staffers were using Bloomberg Terminals to essentially spy on Goldman Sachs’ activity.
Sources told the Post that Bloomberg News reporters could see when Goldman Sachs workers logged in and what specific information they had accessed.
The FT's Tracy Alloway is reporting that Goldman Sachs is leading an effort amongst big banks to create their own instant messaging system for traders and bankers. The project is called "Babble" and it's a big deal because it could ... Read Post
Earlier today, Mark Decambre of the New York Post broke a bombshell story: Reporters at Bloomberg News have been using private information from Bloomberg terminals to spy on employees at Goldman Sachs. Like many Wall Street firms, G... Read Post
Goldman Sachs recently confronted Bloomberg LP after learning that reporters for the business news service have been using the company’s terminals to monitor employees of the Wall Street bank, Mark Decambre of The New York Post repo... Read Post