Goldman Sachs, which has been on the defensive ahead of the Monday release of a new tell-all book by a former employee, fired off a sassy tweet Friday afternoon about The New York Times:
In March, Greg Smith resigned from his position as an executive director at Goldman Sachs with a New York Times op-ed that accused the bank of having a "toxic and destructive" culture focused on ripping off clients.
Goldman Sachs claims that Smith left because he had been denied a promotion and higher pay, according to Bloomberg TV. But as The Huffington Post's Mark Gongloff notes, Smith has some valuable things to say, even though he may be a flawed messenger.
You can read Gongloff's take on the book here.