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  • Goldman Expansion Beyond N.Y. Leads Shareholders to Texas

    Goldman Sachs Group Inc. has expanded its workforce outside New York and San Francisco mainly to cut costs. Its office in Irving, Texas, also aims to boost revenue.

  • Goldman's Silent Board

    Amid a storm of criticism, government investigations and an SEC suit, the investment bank’s outside directors have failed to speak out.

  • Goldman Says It Didn't Mislead Investors

    Goldman Sachs Group Inc., facing a fraud lawsuit from U.S. regulators, reported that net income almost doubled in the first quarter and said it didn’t mislead investors.

  • Goldman, Citigroup, AIG, IKB, Galleon in Court News

    Goldman Sachs Group Inc. has signaled it will fight a U.S. lawsuit over subprime mortgage instruments the same way Bank of America Corp.’s Merrill Lynch unit and UBS AG have challenged similar claims -- by invoking the concept of caveat emptor: Latin for buyer beware.

  • Goldman Sachs Investors Re-Elect Company’s Directors, Approve ‘Say-on-Pay’

    Goldman Sachs Group Inc. , the fifth- biggest U.S. bank by assets, said shareholders re-elected the company’s directors and approved a compensation plan for top executives.

  • Blankfein Won't Step Down, Says Goldman to Bolster Standards

    Goldman Sachs Group Inc. shareholders re-elected Chief Executive Officer Lloyd Blankfein as chairman and voted against splitting the two roles after Blankfein said he has “no current plans” to step down.

  • Goldman Takes Little Blame in Senate Defense: Ann Woolner

    For a moment last week as the Goldman Sachs drama unfolded, it looked as if the bank might defend itself against a sensational civil fraud charge by hanging out to dry one of its vice presidents, the fabulous Frenchman, Fabrice Tourre .

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • Stocks Gain on Improved Earnings

    Stocks rose, snapping a two-day drop for the MSCI World Index, and oil rebounded as improving corporate earnings boosted confidence in the global recovery. Canada’s dollar rallied as policy makers said faster-than- estimated economic growth with spur interest-rate increases.

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