William Gruver

former General Partner, Goldman Sachs

Guest

Former general partner at Goldman Sachs; Distinguished Clinical Professor of Management at Bucknell University

William Gruver on KCRW

Even Wall Street was stunned this week when Goldman Sachs announced  record quarterly profits  — more than it earned in all of last year — with the prospect of bonuses that could match…

Has Goldman Sachs Gone Back to the Good Old Days?

Even Wall Street was stunned this week when Goldman Sachs announced record quarterly profits — more than it earned in all of last year — with the prospect of bonuses that could match…

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Even Wall Street was stunned this week when Goldman Sachs announced  record quarterly profits , just one month after it repaid $10 billion in taxpayer bailout money.

Has Goldman Sachs Gone Back to the Good Old Days?

Even Wall Street was stunned this week when Goldman Sachs announced record quarterly profits , just one month after it repaid $10 billion in taxpayer bailout money.

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