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Goldman Sachs has hired a former Silicon Valley executive to recruit tech talent (GS)

Goldman Sachs has hired a top Silicon Valley executive to help attract tech talent. Wall Street firms are digitizing their offerings and are competing with tech giants for engineering talent. Goldman Sachs is bringing on a Silicon Valley-insider to lure tech talent. The investment bank has hired Andrew Tout from Square, a San Francisco-based financial technology company, to help fill the bank with top engineering talent, according to Bloomberg.
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