Posts tagged "goldman sachs"

Goldman Sachs Interns No Longer Allowed To Work Past Midnight

Since 2013, multiple investment banking interns have died from overwork and suicide. Will Goldman Sachs’s new policy help?

By: Jenn Frank / June 19, 2015

Women Sue Goldman Sachs for “Male Corporate Culture”

Three women are suing mega-investment firm Goldman Sachs over what they call “unchecked gender bias that pervades Goldman Sachs’s corporate culture.” Former vice president Cristina Chen-Oster, former managing director Lisa Parisi, and an associate, Shanna Orlich, claim that the firm underpaid them, and failed to promote women.

By: Julie Gerstein / September 16, 2010

Shun, Shag, Or Marry: The Goldman Sachs Bosses

The Goldman Sachs bosses are in hot water. The Subcommittee on Investigations made sure they were thorough with a nearly 11-hour questioning of them this week, asking whether their firm “made significant bets against the mortgage industry while selling their clients toxic assets.” Basically, while the economy went down the crapper, these guys were raking…

By: Amelia McDonell-Parry / April 28, 2010

Life Lesson: Don’t Rip People Off And Put The Evidence In A Love Letter

In case you didn’t already know, it’s wrong to knowingly rip people off. Ya know, like when our economy went to hell and big banks claimed to have no idea that the housing market was about to collapse. Because giving home loans to people who can’t pay them back and then having people invest i…

By: Ami Angelowicz / April 27, 2010

Today’s Lady News: Former Goldman Sachs VP Sues Over Getting “Mommy Tracked”

This originally posted yesterday at 6:30 pm, but then there was some sort of snafu and a bunch of text deleted. Anyway, here’s yesterday’s Lady News, uh, today. — Editor Amelia

Charlotte Hanna, a former vice president at Goldman Sachs, is suing the company for setting her on a “mommy track,” which she say…

By: Jessica Wakeman / April 1, 2010

Sex Changes And Job Perks

Besides the people, of course, the thing that makes work bearable are the perks — free coffee and tea if the company’s cheap, all the way to yoga classes and dry cleaning if the company is generously loaded. (I would greatly appreciate the latter, as I just spent $130 at my cleaner’s.) But, if you’re…

By: Catherine Strawn / February 8, 2008