Goldman Sachs Found No Evidence To Support the Charge They Suck, But In Case You Meet Someone Who Thinks They Do Here's What To Say

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Abby Zimet

With former Goldman Sachs executive Greg Smith releasing his book Monday  detailing the toxic culture of bullying and greed he found there, the company has sent employees a (formerly internal) two-page "Briefing Toolkit" full of talking points they can offer at cocktail parties to rebut all the terrible things Smith is saying "to drive higher sales" - a profit motive entirely unfamiliar to Goldman Sach leaders. Let the slimy games begin.

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