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NetApp’s Less Bad, Garmin’s Now a Sell, Says Goldman

Goldman Sachs analysts today swapped out their favorites among tech dogs, raising the firm’s rating on storage technology vendor NetApp (NTAP) to Neutral from Sell, while cutting wearables maker and personal navigation tech pioneer Garmin (GRMN)...Show More Summary

Street Scene: Goldman Sachs, Banker to the Elite, Turns to the Common Man

With new online lending and savings businesses, Goldman Sachs is hoping that millions of ordinary people will be a new source of riches.

Goldman Sachs plans to cut 15 jobs in New York this year

Goldman Sachs Group Inc. told state regulators it plans to cut 15 jobs in New York before the end of this year. The reductions are scheduled to start Oct. 3, the company said in a notice with the... To view the full story, click the title link.

Meet the matchmaker who sets up Goldman Sachs bankers for a £9,000 annual fee

Long hours and heavy workloads mean that bankers, brokers, lawyers, and accountants rarely meet anyone outside of the corporate jungle. While many professionals in those industries try online dating, it's often unsuccessful, according...Show More Summary

Goldman Says It's Too Late to Chase the Booming Real Estate Sector

``At the end of this month, Real Estate will separate from Financials to become its own sector in the S&P 500. While those stocks have outpaced the S&P 500 so far in 2016, analysts led by David Kostin at Goldman Sachs say there are a lot of challenges, and they are not recommending investors try to make up for the missed gains.  ''

NYTimes report uncovers Trump's web of debt

How much debt does Donald Trump really have and who holds it? Goldman Sachs and The Bank of China? Lawrence talks to Susanne Craig, The New York Times...

Oil prices fall as analysts say market still oversupplied

By Henning Gloystein SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Oil prices fell early on Tuesday as analysts including Goldman Sachs warned that August's price rally had been overdone, and that a proposed oil production freeze at current near record levels would not help rein in an oversupplied market. Show More Summary

The 26 trickiest questions you'll have to answer if you want to work at Goldman Sachs

To get a job at Goldman Sachs, you've got to know your stuff. But financial knowledge alone isn't enough to land you a highly coveted gig at the financial giant. To make the cut, you'll need to prove you have the skills, experience, and motivation to thrive — and you'll also need to prove that you're a good cultural fit. Show More Summary

Hedge fund managers are waiting for the world to change

Hedge fund managers seem to be waiting for the world to change. It's well known at this point that these funds are having a tough time of it. They've returned about 3% this year on average, according to Goldman Sachs, while the S&P 500...Show More Summary

This Is The Reason For The Sharp Rebound In Q3 Hedge Fund Performance

Yesterday, when we revealed the top 50 hedge fund long and short positions, we showed that after a record stretch of underperformance for the most popular stocks held by hedge funds, aka the Goldman Sachs hedge fund VIP basket, had finally...Show More Summary

How Trump's new campaign chief ginned up progressive doubts about Hillary

If you want to read a scary profile of Donald Trump's new campaign chief, Goldman Sachs alum and Breitbart News executive Steve Bannon, check out Bloomberg News's write up from last October. Bannon's an anti-establishment muckety-muck who's as prone to throwing grenades at old guard Republicans as he is at Democrats. Show More Summary

Manafort is gone, but what in the world would a Trump White House look like?

The resignation of Paul Manafort as chairman of Donald Trump’s campaign was, to appropriate a term popular among Marxists, overdetermined. He had already been shoved aside by the new team of Steve Bannon, the right-wing Goldman Sachs alumnus and head honcho of the Breitbart website, and Kellyanne Conway, the GOP pollster. And the more questions […]

Vevo Hires Goldman Sachs To Raise Up To $500 Million

Vevo has hired Goldman Sachs to help it raise $3-$500 million, according to The Financial Times. The money will fund international expansion, acquisitions and original programming. UMG and Sony each own about 40% of the music-centered digital video service. Related articles Why Taylor Swift Chose Not To Fight YouTube Taylor...

A group of 15-year old girls started building apps, and it could land them a job at Goldman Sachs

On the second floor of Goldman Sachs' headquarters in downtown New York, a group of 40 girls are diligently working on their final technology projects. Many of them have never been introduced to computer science before, but after weeks...Show More Summary

GOLDMAN: Hedge funds are betting billions that these 19 stocks are going to get demolished

Hedge funds love making waves. One of the easiest ways to make waves is to announce a huge bet against a giant company. In Goldman Sachs' quarterly Hedge Fund Trend Monitor, the analysts round up the biggest splashes the hedge fund industry...Show More Summary

PRESENTING: The 9 stocks that matter most to hedge funds

Presenting: the hedge fund darlings of 2016. Goldman Sachs recently published its ltest Very Important Position (VIP) list of stocks that appear the most among the funds' largest 10 holdings. One disclaimer: the list was compiled based on recent 13-F filings hedge funds made. Show More Summary

Are Donald Trump, Stephen Bannon, and Roger Ailes Cooking Up a Post-Election Media Empire? The Frightening Possibility of a Trump TV Network Combining the Extremism of Breitbart News and Fox News

Andrew Breitbart and Stephen Bannon Before he became the chairman of Breitbart News, Stephen Bannon worked in the Mergers & Acquisitions Department at Goldman Sachs. For the past year, Bannon has merged Breitbart News with Donald Trump's...Show More Summary

The tide may be turning for the hedge fund industry

The hedge fund industry has had a tough run. The average hedge fund has returned around 3% so far this year, according to Goldman Sachs, while the S&P 500 is up around 7%. The hedge funds themselves have had a plethora of excuses for...Show More Summary

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