And David Solomon & co. are still paying for the sins of others.
David Solomon’s retail revolution has yet to hit the partnership.
Imagine thinking that bringing on a piece of Wells Fargo is a net-plus.
$5.1 billion in fines demands a $174 million decrease in the comfort of millionaires.
Luckily for David Solomon, Bill Barr is super-busy destroying democracy these days.
You won’t need to worry about profits doubling once Marcus is in charge.
A Goldman partnership will not only bring precedence, but also the wealth that others associate with it.
Which is only 20,000 or so fewer than the votes for their congressional bête noire.
“Rebuilding confidence in safety and security” is sort of the opposite of the president’s modus operandi.
If you board has as many penises as members, you can take your IPO elsewhere.
More transparency? To attract investors? What is this, Bank of America?
He may even take AirTrain to JFK.
*"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].
Marty Chavez is going back to his New Mexico monastery.
A lot of babies will be born at Lenox Hill in about 10 months bearing the middle name "D-Sol."
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DJ D-Sol just went Joan Crawford on outdated tech.
Apple Card, backed by the bank, is at best “OK but not great.”