Goldman Sachs

Small Victories: Sergey Aleynikov Edition

Goldman Sachs does not have to pay the people trying, at its behest or otherwise, to put former programmer Sergey Aleynikov in jail (again). But it does have to pay to try to keep him out of jail. For now. Unless he does go to jail (again). Then all bets are off. Which is good for old Sergey (for now), because, as you might imagine, given the ordeal he’s been through, he’s broke. Read more »

Morgan Stanley ended up doing alright for itself in the third quarter, just as Gorman’s posture suggested it would. Read more »

An investigative report by NetNet’s John Carney leaves no stone unturned.: Read more »

Greg Palm doesn’t have time for them, nor does the NY Fed for employees trying perform the job they were hired for, alleges a lawsuit filed today. Read more »

  • 18 Sep 2013 at 3:20 PM
  • Banks

Lloyd Blankfein Tickled Pink Over Joining The Dow

Lloyd Blankfein may have a direct line to the guy up top, but even He didn’t tip the Goldman chief about the nicest surprise of his banking career. Read more »

  • 17 Sep 2013 at 5:45 PM
  • Banks

Nothing To See Here: Capital Ratios Edition

Everything is A-OK and fine and dandy with the banks, which say they’d sail through hypothetical financial crises of their own devising. Read more »

Sure, we’ve heard it before, but this time 31 of 47 people who bothered to answer their phone/e-mail are pretty sure that next week’s Fed meeting will be the Fed meeting we’ve all been waiting and waiting and waiting for. Read more »