Analyst says the bank is well positioned for revenue and market share gains, citing reduced costs and headcount.
For the third day in a row, stocks may open lower.
Its presidential pick loses big, and one of its harshest critics heads to the US Senate. Where do bankers go from here?
The investment bank continues to perform strongly, however, and most former employees will probably do just fine, too.
Rajat Gupta and Raj Rajaratnam are living proof that justice can be served for white-collar crime.
The problem with Greg Smith's new tell-all book about life within Goldman Sachs lies less in what he says than in what he couldn't or wouldn't reveal.
After the bank's CEO resigned, its reputational value got a boost.
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