At Goldman Sachs, tis the season of giving. Not only is the firm lavishing huge bonuses on its employees, but its executives are finding ways around the company's ban on Christmas parties - by calling them "dinners."
Goldman announced the ban earlier this month - the second year in a row it has canceled Christmas. But The Business Insider has uncovered at least six dinners organized by executives and paid for by the executives or sponsored by an outside law firm:
"It's an important morale booster at a time when lots of Goldman people feel they are constantly under attack," an employee told us.