Goldman Sachs

Five major banks made an estimated £2.2 billion over two years from betting on the price of food including wheat, maize and
If we have learnt anything from recent financial turmoil and the evolution of social media and public skepticism it must surely be that businesses - irrespective of their size - are no longer able to sustain an ivory tower culture, only connected to their consumers and owners, insulated from the rest of society and immune to its challenges and common practices.
It may not be everyone's choice of how to spend the hottest evening of the year, but on Monday night Boris Johnson gave a speech at the British Bankers' Association dinner. Hot yes, hotbed of progressive thought, no. But Boris' speech nonetheless got my blood boiling. In taking a swipe at the proposal for a European Financial Transaction Tax - every City fat cat's favourite bug bear at the moment - he chronically misrepresented how it works.
Goldman Sachs employees are enjoying a 27% increase in total payments after the banking giant posted a surprise doubling
For most of us the 80/20 rule provides an uncannily accurate measure of events - and the world of business is no exception. So I was expecting this effect, known as the Pareto principle, to rear its head as I was reading Goldman Sach's recent report on stimulating small business growth in the UK.
There are many ways to resign: with dignity, anger, absence, humour... alcohol (all five if you want to go out in style). But with a cake?
Apple CEO Tim Cook has given a rare interview at the Golden Sachs technology conference. According to Business Insider's
Goldman Sachs has decided not to hold back investment bankers' bonuses until the new financial year to benefit from the cut
UPDATE: Goldman Sachs has decided not to hold back investment bankers' bonuses until the new financial year to benefit from
The Chancellor's announcement today is audacious. He rode roughshod over a careful and open appointments procedure to ensure that Britain will, for the next eight years have a governor of the Bank of England whose experience, history and record is totally aligned with 'the takers' - the bankers and speculators that have asset-stripped the British economy.