Greg Smith created a headache for Goldman Sachs last year when he resigned from the firm through a harshly worded Op-Ed article in the pages of The New York Times.
Not an urban myth, it seems.
But a lot of employees might like it to be. Ho-ho-ho!
Former Goldman Sachs Executive Director Greg Smith on his decision to leave his position at the bank.
Former Goldman Sachs employee Greg Smith is in the spotlight. Take a look at how he holds up under questionning.
'We checked on everything exhaustively, we didn't find anything', Blankfein said. 'And, frankly, when the book came out, I think a lot of people who reviewed the book couldn't find anything', he says.
Goldman Sachs changed how it calculated year-end bonuses in 2005, corrupting a culture of teamwork that existed previously, according to a book published today by former employee Greg Smith.
Here's a note of what some of the media is saying about Greg Smith's 'tell-all' 'Why I Left Goldman Sachs: A Wall Street Story', which is published today.
Greg Smith, a former Goldman Sachs employee, has accused his former employer of a 'corrosive bonus culture' in a new book released today.
Edith Cooper, EVP and Global Head of Human Capital Management at Goldman Sachs, appeared on Bloomberg TV Friday to discuss Greg Smith, the firm's morale and its culture.