from Breakingviews:

Goldman and rivals’ pay cut may have bright side

January 20, 2016

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from Breakingviews:

Goldman’s near-wipeout of Q4 profit met with shrug

January 15, 2016

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from Breakingviews:

Cox: Cruz capitalism gives off a whiff of cronyism

January 14, 2016

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from Breakingviews:

Hadas: The BRICs are dead. Long live the BRICs!

By Edward Hadas
November 11, 2015

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from Edward Hadas:

The BRICs are dead. Long live the BRICs!

By Edward Hadas
November 11, 2015

Brazil, Russia, India, China – BRIC. The acronym was pushed as a hot investment idea in the heady 2000s. Back then, before the financial crisis, steady economic growth was expected to last forever in rich and poor countries alike, with poor countries growing much faster. Jim O’Neill, then of Goldman Sachs, simplified the theme for the investing masses. The four biggest developing economies were on the smooth road to riches, and investors could hop on for a profitable ride.

from Breakingviews:

Fed feeds Goldman conspiracy-theory machine

November 10, 2015

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from Breakingviews:

TPG reaches for some vintage Goldman fairy dust

October 29, 2015

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from Breakingviews:

TPG reaches for some vintage Goldman fairy dust

October 29, 2015

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from Breakingviews:

Goldman thwacking marks revolving-door reckoning

October 28, 2015

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from Alison Frankel:

Goldman had better brace for a bruising in Tibco market cap case

By Alison Frankel
October 21, 2015

(Reuters) - Judges in Delaware Chancery Court have been saying for years that they are not averse to shareholder M&A suits - just to ill-founded challenges to well-conducted transactions. I've been writing a lot lately about Chancery's crackdown on the latter. But the flip side, as Vice-Chancellor Travis Laster said earlier this month when he rejected a disclosure-only settlement involving Aruba Network's $3 billion sale to HP, is that judges will let promising shareholder cases move forward.