*"Home" in this case being BlueCrest Capital Management.
The blue windbreakers are now making biannual visits to the trading floors of 200 West Street.
Average comp is down 50% at 200 West Street, unless you're a robot, in which case, you're taking John Rogers' job.
Over at 200 West Street, the trading Trotskyites are bailing out the WeWork-investing Stalinists [this is a perfect allegory].
DJ D-Sol should ask Charles Schwab about the wisdom of ignoring the kamikaze trading platform for Millennials.
Lloyd Blankfein seems lonely, you guys.
Goldman Sachs' Prince that was Promised lists his West Village crib for $19.95 million.
Marty Chavez is going back to his New Mexico monastery.
DJ D-Sol is sampling Angelo Mozilo on Goldman's Apple Card plans.
David Kostin tells clients that this bull is barely breathing.
If only these retail bankers worked in Palo Alto garage and not 200 West Street, perhaps then they would be loved.
DJ D-Sol paid Goldmen less in Q1, but how long can he keep doing that?
DJ D-Sol just went Joan Crawford on outdated tech.
Though they be short, these ads are breathtaking in their lack of subtlety.
DJ D-Sol looking to spin way more ladies nights at 200 West St.
Mmm, the smell of pink slips wafting in from Battery Park City on the warming air.
Don't let anyone tell you that Goldman doesn't keeps it real.
Why else would a senior i-banker in Asia leave Goldman these days?
20-year veteran and head of program is thought to be the latest victim of DJ D-Sol and John Waldron's trading floor megadeath.
Guess who's walking away clean on the whole 1MDB thing though...
United Natural Foods really should have read the not-so-fine print.
Believe it or not, that’s the best-case scenario for the bank.
After dressing up the world's most potent financial services company as a 90's era M&A i-bank, DJ D-Sol is apparently into cosplay.
On the subject of 1MDB scandal, DJ D-Sol wants everyone to rest easy next week.
$6.5 billion in bond deals? Sure. This cockamamie story about how you didn’t know people were stealing almost half of it? No.
Hey, if they can have stupid ideas, why can't we?
DJ Daddy D-Sol is handling it.
And those deals are happening, so, you know…
So, like, go easy on us.
Some people from Citi and JPMorgan Chase just cut the line.
Unlike those silly traders, a greybeard investment banker like DJ D-Sol will quell the rebellion before it even begins.
This is the best PR sh!tshow we've watched in years.
David Solomon is going to have to find a woman to promote if Dina takes over at the UN.
The Forrest Gump of modern finance strikes again.
Charlie Gasparino reports on a nascent populist uprising inside 200 West Street.
And also makes David Einhorn’s day.
Back to work, Goldmanites, your new leader just killed Summer...on the ones and twos.
If it had, maybe he’d have a different story to tell prosecutors.
David Solomon wants more Work-Turnt Life Balance at his new Goldman.
Who wouldn't take political career advice from Jon Corzine?
DJ D-Sol about to let the beat...mmmmmm, DROP!
Heath Terry is the Adam Jonas of internet analysts.