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  • Goldman Sachs Adds 5 to Management Committee in Renewal

    Goldman Sachs Group Inc. promoted five senior executives to the management committee, including the heads of equity and credit trading, in the largest addition to its top leadership group since 2008.

  • Goldman Mirrors JPMorgan Mirrors Goldman on Swap Exposure to European Debt

    JPMorgan Chase & Co. and Goldman Sachs Group Inc., two of the largest derivatives dealers, posted identical gross notional amounts of credit-default swaps bought and sold on five troubled European nations.

  • Goldman's Tourre `Categorically' Denies SEC's Claims

    Fabrice Tourre, the Goldman Sachs Group Inc. executive director sued by the Securities and Exchange Commission for fraud, told a Senate subcommittee that he will defend himself in court against the suit.

  • Suit Won’t Make Goldman Fly Straight: Jonathan Weil (Correct)

    The satraps of Capitol Hill don’t have much taste for aggressive financial reform. They do have a certain talent, however, for the theater of aggressive reform. And when Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein settles in at the witness table of the Senate Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations on Tuesday, that’s what they’ll try to deliver: a moment that crystallizes three years of global disgust with the smart money boys who seem to have played the rest of us for fools.

  • Obama Urges Bank Reform, Swaps Opposition, Swiss Bank Splits: Compliance

    In a speech aimed equally at Wall Street and Main Street, President Barack Obama urged the financial industry to drop the “furious effort” to fight his regulation plan, saying a failure to impose tougher rules on the market will put the U.S. economic system at risk.

  • Goldman Will Face Senate in Post-Crisis Reckoning

    Goldman Sachs Group Inc., Wall Street’s most profitable firm, will face off against a U.S. Senate subcommittee today in a pivotal hearing that could have repercussions for the future of the financial industry.

  • Goldman Sachs Executives Say Risk Management Drove AIG Dispute

    Goldman Sachs Group Inc. executives repeated their position that disputes with American International Group Inc. over securities prices and collateral in 2007 and 2008 reflected the firm’s typical risk-management efforts.

  • Suit Won’t Make Goldman Fly Straight: Jonathan Weil

    The satraps of Capitol Hill don’t have much taste for aggressive financial reform. They do have a certain talent, however, for the theater of aggressive reform. And when Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein settles in at the witness table of the Senate Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations on Tuesday, that’s what they’ll try to deliver: a moment that crystallizes three years of global disgust with the smart money boys who seem to have played the rest of us for fools.

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