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Goldman Sachs' head of HR is leaving (GS)

Goldman Sachs' global head of human capital management is leaving the firm at the end of the year. Edith Cooper, who spent 21 years at Goldman Sachs, will retire from the firm at the end of the year, according to a memo seen by Business Insider. She will then become a senior director. " During her nine years as head of HCM, Edith modernized the ways in which we recruit, develop and retain our people, enhancing our world-class talent organization," Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein said in a memo.
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