Topics :: Goldman Sachs
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By Jason St. Amand | Monday May 7, 2012
When the CEO of Goldman Sachs, Lloyd Blankfein, was named the corporate spokesperson for marriage equality by the Human Rights Campaign, activists were furious. But now Blankfein has revealed that his outspoken support cost at least one bold-faced client.
By Steve Weinstein | Tuesday Feb 7, 2012
When the Human Rights Campaign decided to honor investment banking giant Goldman Sachs & make its chair a spokesperson for gay marriage, activists protested the firm’s ruthless banking practices. But any corporation on our side deserves credit.
By Jason St. Amand | Monday Feb 6, 2012
A decision by the Human Rights Campaign to honor Goldman Sachs’ CEO as their new spokesman for marriage equality has angered activist groups, which took to the streets outside HRC’s gala in New York last weekend.
By Elaine Kurtenbach | Wednesday Aug 25, 2010
Goldman Sachs & Co., reviled in the U.S. for its role in the financial crisis, is now getting hammered in the world’s No. 2 economy with a sensationalist new book accusing the investment bank of trying to destroy China.
By Stevenson Jacobs | Tuesday Apr 20, 2010
Goldman Sachs Group Inc. says its first-quarter earnings almost doubled to $3.3 billion as its trading business again surpassed the rest of the financial industry.
By Tarek el-Tablawy | Monday Apr 19, 2010
European stock markets fell Monday on concerns over potential broader implications for banks of the U.S. fraud case against investment bank Goldman Sachs and the impact on airlines from the Iceland volcano.
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