After launching an ad campaign that paints the firm as a cuddly, job-creating bastion of do-goodery and progress, Goldman Sachs is now trying to improve its relationships with its clients. That’s commendable, but not really necessary, because although they don’t trust Goldman, the investment bank’s clients don’t seem to mind the prospect of getting Read More
Loathe to miss out on the chance to dispense some SEC-style justice, the U.K.’s Financial Services Authority today dished out a $27 million fine to Wall Street titan Goldman Sachs. Goldman’s crime? Failure to report this year’s SEC highly publicized if somewhat ineffectual investigation into its 2007 dealings in collateralized debt obligations.
Readers Read More
Earlier, we posted about a release that the Rice campaign sent out touting how they had raised more money from small donors than any other campaign.
The campaign-finance gurus over at NYPIRG however have run their numbers and they say that Rice’s methodology is flawed. Campaigns do not have to itemize how much they Read More