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Touchstone has canceled its book deal with John LeFevre, the man behind the @GSElevator Twitter account. The book "Straight to Hell: True Tales of Deviance and Excess in the World of Investment Banking," had been planned for an October 2014 release.
Simon & Schuster abruptly ends its agreement with the man behind the infamous online account after his identity is exposed
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It’s hard to believe that it’s been 15 years since I interviewed at Goldman Sachs in NYC. But there’s one incident from my interview time at One New York Plaza that I remember clearly above all others: my GS elevator moment. For those of you who haven’t been following the funny story on Twitter, for years, @GSElevator Gossip Read More...
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We're going to need a cold compress over here. John Lefevre, the man who was recently unmasked as the creator of notorious Twitter parody account @GSElevator, lost his book deal today. Publishing house Simon & Schuster said that in "light...Show More Summary
Early last year, Mr. Milian became one of the three barbers at Salvatore’s, a shop that caters to Goldman Sachs employees in the atrium of the Conrad Hotel, next to the bank’s global headquarters at 200 West Street in Battery Park City. Show More Summary
NEW YORK (AP) — Publication has been canceled for a planned book based on a popular and anonymous Twitter feed about Goldman Sachs and the financial industry. Touchstone, an imprint of Simon & Schuster, announced Thursday it would not release John Lefevre's "Straight to Hell," which had been scheduled to come out in October. Show More Summary
Looks like whatever happens in the Goldman Sachs elevator will stay in the Goldman Sachs elevator. Less than two weeks after the anonymous author of the popular @GSElevator feed on Twitter was... To view the full story, click the title link.
We're going to need a cold compress over here. John Lefevre, the man who was recently unmasked as the creator of @GSElevator, lost his book deal today. Publishing house Simon & Schuster said in "light of information that has recently...Show More Summary
Today Simon and Schuster canceled its book deal with John LeFevre, the man behind the Goldman Sachs Elevator twitter meme. Goldman Sachs, in turn, used Lefevre's favorite means of communication to express its satisfaction with the news. Warning:...Show More Summary
John LeFevre — aka @GSElevator, the parody Twitter account that tweeted nuggets of rapacious wisdom supposedly overheard in the hallways of Goldman Sachs — lost his book deal Thursday.
Touchstone, an imprint of Simon & Schuster, has pulled John Lefevre’s book Straight to Hell, a book behind the Twitter account @GSElevator which claims to document conversations overheard in the Goldman Sachs elevators. “In light ofShow More Summary
If you were eager to buy a book written by a guy who pretended to work at Goldman Sachs and maintained a popular Twitter account about pretending to ride in an elevator, some of it plagiarized, this will be disappointing: the book isn't happening. Read more...