Goldman Sachs Said to Explore Starting Bitcoin Trading Venture
The New York-based bank is in talks with cryptocurrency experts but hasn’t yet formulated a business plan, a source said.
BofA, Goldman Sachs Reverse Roles With Core Business Letdowns
Bank of America beats on trading while Goldman boosts lending; both firms’ stocks jumped more than 30% after Trump’s election.
Goldman Sachs gets serious about robo-adviser services
Goldman Sachs Group Inc. plans to hire a software developer to help open an automated investing service for mass-market wealth clients.
Goldman Sachs Set to Hire Developer for New Robo-Advisor
Automated platform to serve wealthy clients, a job posting shows; the platform would be part of the investment management division.
Wells Fargo Pulls Bonuses, Claws Back Top Exec Awards
Bogus-account scandal costs eight leaders pay, equity awards; CEO Tim Sloan, CFO John Shrewsberry among those affected.
Goldman, Citi Beat Estimates as Trading Buoys Wall Street
Banks follow JPMorgan, BofA, Morgan Stanley in bond rebound; Blankfein, Corbat continue push to reduce firmwide expenses.
Goldman’s Cohn Said to Be Trump’s Top Choice for NEC Director
Gary Cohn would be the third and most senior Goldman Sachs alumnus to take a prominent role in the incoming administration.
How Goldman Sachs Fires Workers
Investment bank must file “WARN notices” in New York; 43 here, 109 there and pretty soon 443 employees are dismissed.
Wells Fargo’s CEO Forfeits $41 Million in Fight to Keep Job
The clawback marks the biggest forfeiture of compensation from a major U.S. bank chief since at least the 2008 financial crisis.
Goldman Sachs Bans Partners From Giving to Certain Candidates
The restrictions affect donations to Trump-Pence GOP ticket; Wall Street firm says it is seeking to avoid reputational risk.