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

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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