Greg Smith Says Goldman Has Conflicts With Clients -- No Kidding Goldman Sachs find itself back in the spotlight Wednesday morning, after a former employee took to the op-ed page of the New York Times with his resignation letter. As Greg Smith Quits Goldman, Twitter Lights Up Goldman Sachs is getting the it's not me, it's you treatment from one its now former employees, and it's the story that's replacing stress tests, the Fed, the three-year bull market and everything else as the topic of the day on Wall Street. Greg Smith Quits, Should Clients Fire Goldman Sachs? Goldman Sachs (GS) is not the only firm to make people unhappy. But it now has the distinction of??being the only one I know??of with??a partner??willing to publish??an angry resignation letter??as a?? Times??op-ed. The substance of that letter suggests that Goldman clients should consider taking their business elsewhere. Before getting into that letter and why ... Greg Smith Isn't A Whistleblower, He's Just A Goldman Sachs Executive Having A Midlife Crisis Greg Smith is no whistleblower. Want to Improve Goldman Sachs? Convert it Back into a Partnership Greg Smith, a former executive director at Goldman Sachs, is making waves today with a blunt op-ed in the New York Times, in which he says that he is resigning from Goldman Sachs because the bank's culture has mutated into one of "ripping…clients off" from one of putting its clients first. Those who think that banking and finance are inherently corrupt are already describing Smith's op-ed as a ... Greg Smith's Letter To Goldman Sachs Is Straight Out of Mad Men Greg Smith's resignation letter to Goldman Sachs in this morning's New York Times is going to strike a lot of people as pure theater. And, in a sense, it is. His tactic is straight out of Mad Men. Don Draper wrote a similarly high profile, stand-taking letter, "Why I'm Quitting Greg Smith resignation letter: Goldman Sachs exec quits over firm's 'toxic' culture In a resignation letter published in the New York Times, Greg Smith, an executive director who worked at the bank for 12 years, lambasted the firm as more interested in making money for itself than its clients. Greg Smith's Goldman Sachs Resignation Sparks Predictably Hilarious Twitter Explosion A Goldman Sachs executive revealed today that he was bronze medalist in the Jewish Olympics. Okay, he also said his now-former firm refers to its clients as muppets, among other critical Goldman observations, in a resignation letter submitted to the Wall Street titan in the form of a New York Times Op-Ed. FORMER GOLDMAN INTERN: This Is What It Was Like Working Under Greg Smith Finally, some insight. Why Greg Smith is leaving Goldman Sachs It seems hell hath no fury like a disillusioned Goldman Sachs banker. When Greg Smith decided to quit as an executive director at the US investment bank, where he had worked for 12 years, he decided to not go quietly.
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