I wonder what happened to the belief that banking is a profession, as J.P. Morgan believed, rather than "just a business" as it is today.
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The old Goldman Sachs was revered and respected as the toughest of competitor on an even playing field. But much seems to have been lost in translation with its latest incarnation.
John C. Whitehead isn't celebrating the 219-year-old New York Stock Exchange's plan to be acquired by Germany's 18-year-old Deutsche Boerse AG. ...
The four Goldman Sachs executives who testified before Senator Levin's Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations were striking in many respects, but one thing was apparent before they opened their mouths: their relative youth.
"We gave a theological twist to economic and political ideas that emerged. We urged people to vote for a candidate because his political philosophy reflected the truth of Jesus Christ as Lord."
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