FROM Christine Harper
Resignation Letter Highlights Corrupt Culture at Goldman Sachs Greg Smith worked at Goldman Sachs for 12 years, managed a trillion dollars in assets and was part of the firm's recruiting process. In today's New York Times, he announced his resignation , saying the current leadership has destroyed the culture he once believed in. Lamenting that Goldman Sachs no longer "revolves around teamwork, integrity, a spirit of humility and always doing right by our clients," Smith hopes today's op-ed will be a "wake-up call to the board of directors." Christine Harper has covered the company for six years as chief financial correspondent for Bloomberg News .
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