Saturday, October 9th, 2010 at
They lied to investors by selling them investments that were in their own words “shitty” and all they might face is a fine.
My real question is how can I become so powerful and rich that laws don’t effect me?
I just graduated from college and I’m really inspired by Wall-Street, I figure I can become a hedge fund manager so I don’t actually have to produce anything other than manipulating the market so I make money.
Work for the SEC so I can just look at porn all day.
This might seem ludicrous and off topic, but if some country is really pissing the USA off, we should just use Goldman Sachs to sell them “shitty” investments. I like to see what would happen if we pulled that one off.(awesome)
Saturday, September 18th, 2010 at
And was his administration complicit in the fraud, swindles, crimes and felonies committed by Financial institutions that was suppose to be regulated by the Federal government?
Saturday, September 11th, 2010 at
I mean what are the effects besides their stock prices going down. How will the charges of fraud effect the american economy and the global economy?
Monday, September 6th, 2010 at
Ex-Goldman programmer wins partial dismissal
A federal judge on Friday dismissed part of a criminal case accusing a former Goldman Sachs Group Inc computer programer of stealing proprietary computer code from the bank’s lucrative high-frequency trading platform.
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Friday, June 18th, 2010 at
Market Commentary and Intraday News
(AP:WASHINGTON) Anyone with a bank account or credit card has a stake in the overhaul of financial rules Congress is working on. But the industry ties of some politicians writing the law go far beyond the norm.
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