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3/15/2012
Public Rebuke of Culture at Goldman Opens Debate

"Until early Wednesday morning, Greg Smith was a largely anonymous 33-year-old midlevel executive at Goldman Sachs in London."

Annie's take:

For those who did not read the opinion piece in the New York TImes yesterday by former Goldman Sachs executive director Greg Smith, here's an update as well as early reaction to the piece.