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Goldman Sachs has ascended to the top of a different kind of ranking — and it's poised for a big payoff (GS)

Wall Street banks care a lot about how they stack up against their rivals. At the top of their earnings statements, they tout where they placed in each line of business, and those rankings appear in every pitch book they hand out. These rankings typically measure fees for mergers and acquisitions advisory work, or equity and debt deal work. Show More Summary

Banker Sues Goldman Sachs, Saying She Was Discriminated Against Because of Her Race

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She claims she was discriminated against for being black and for her Jewish faith.

Goldman, S&P, USDJPY Drop On Unconfirmed Rumors That Gary Cohn Resigned

Amid calls from many Americans for his resignation, former Goldman President and Trump's director of national economic council Gary Cohn has remained silent. However, Goldman Sachs (and the whole market) is sliding this morning as aShow More Summary

Black-Jewish Goldman Sachs staffer alleges racial discrimination

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A black and Jewish Goldman Sachs staffer filed a racial discrimination lawsuit against the bank.

Goldman Sachs Employee Sues Bank Over Alleged Race Discrimination

A wealth manager at Goldman Sachs has accused the bank and a senior partner there of racial discrimination directed against her because she's black and Jewish, and has filed a lawsuit against the company because of it. [ more › ]

Goldman Sachs is infiltrating the Fed in ways that most people haven't noticed

Since when do underlings get to chime in on who their next boss should be? That’s just what William Dudley, president of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, did in an interview with the Associated Press this week. His fairly strong...Show More Summary

Gary Cohn Reportedly "Disgusted & Deeply Upset" At Trump's Last Few Days

Former Goldman Sachs President and current National Economic Council chair - who is also Jewish - is said to be "disgusted" and "deeply upset" by President Trump's comments on white nationalists according to The New York Times. Axios...Show More Summary

Trump's top economic adviser, Gary Cohn, is reportedly 'disgusted' and 'appalled' with Trump's Charlottesville response

Gary Cohn, President Donald Trump's top economic adviser and former Goldman Sachs COO, is reportedly incredibly upset over Trump's press conference Tuesday in which he defended his original statement regarding the weekend violence in...Show More Summary

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...Show More Summary

GoPro: Nice Balance Sheet Fix, Says Goldman, Issues Remain

GoPro managed to fix liquidity issues to Goldman Sachs's surprise, Goldman's Doug Clark concedes today. But he sees the same major risks to the company, including a saturated market, rising competition, and a lack of diversification in its product line.

GOLDMAN SACHS: We underestimated GoPro (GPRO)

Five months after placing GoPro on its "Americas Sell list," Goldman Sachs is taking note of positive results from the action camera company and has upgraded its stock to neutral with a $10 price target. GoPro’s stock has risen moreShow More Summary

What the Recent Oil Rig Count Says About U.S. Production

A Goldman Sachs analyst estimates that U.S. production will rise by 405,000 barrels per day this year if rig counts remain at Aug. 11 levels.

GOLDMAN SACHS: Here's when we'll know bitcoin's top is in

Bitcoin is experiencing a monster rally. It has gained more than 15% since Friday's close, topping $4,000, $4,100, and $4,200 for the first time before putting in a high of $4,216 a coin on Monday morning. But that's only part of bitcoin's recent success. Show More Summary

The White House is undergoing major renovations — here's what the Oval Office and other rooms look like right now

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Cryptocurrency surge stirs Bitcoin bubble fears

FEATURE: (Reuters) — Bitcoin and other “cryptocurrencies” are big money, virtually as big as Goldman Sachs and Royal Bank of Scotland combined. The price of a single bitcoin hit an all-time high of above $3,500 this week, dragging up the value of hundreds of newer, smaller digital rivals in its wake. Now some investors fear a […]

Goldman Warns S&P, VIX, Credit Signals "Suggest Period Of Corrective Price Action Has Begun"

Goldman Sachs' Technical Analysis Team is concerned as signals from the equity (S&P), volatility (VIX), and credit (CDX IG) markets are suggesting this is more than a brief dip to buy. S&P The index has finally seen follow-through since the bearish key day reversal high on Tuesday. Show More Summary

How Goldman Sachs legend Dina Powell became Trump's national security star

Dina Powell was born Dina Habib in Cairo, Egypt in 1973. When Powell was four, her Coptic Christian parents moved the family to Dallas, Texas, where her father worked as a bus driver and both parents ran a convenience store, while their...Show More Summary

Dow drops 150 points as North Korea tensions linger

``U.S. equities fell on Thursday as tensions between the United States and North Korea persisted. The Dow Jones industrial average fell about 150 points with Goldman Sachs contributing the most losses... Traditional safe havens have seen solid inflows as tensions have increased. Show More Summary

Buoyant bitcoin stirs crypto-bubble fears

LONDON (Reuters) - Bitcoin and other "cryptocurrencies" are big money, virtually as big as Goldman Sachs and Royal Bank of Scotland combined.

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