Bloomberg View’s take on Goldman Sachs vice president Greg Smith’s New York Times editorial-as-resignation reads like catty note written in Calc class and passed to all the Goldman Sachs employees reading the morning news on, well, their Bloomberg Terminals.
Just about every newspaper has treated yesterday’s editorial as a news story in itself, including other departments of The New York Times. Rival Wall Street Journal covered it from every angle, publishing both the internal memo in which Goldman ceo Lloyd Blankfein responded to its allegations and a parody in the voice of Knicks coach Mike D’Antoni, who also resigned yesterday.
But today’s un-bylined Bloomberg View editorial shows up even the parodies with its derision, synthesizing all the nasty things that cooler banker types said on Twitter yesterday. Read More