By Felix Salmon
April 29, 2010
Interfluidity, ibid

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Two great posts on Goldman by Steve Waldman — Interfluidity, ibid

This can’t be good: Spain Economy Min has no comment on S&P downgrade — Reuters

Married women should say ‘I don’t’ to changing their name — Globe and Mail

The Ultimate Goldman Sachs Metaphor Reel — HuffPo

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About the married women: I suspect there is a confusion about causality implied in the headline: I think it is more likely that women who already are successful in a job are more reluctant to change their name, especially in the professions (medicine, law, research), where their name is their brand.

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Is Goldman Sachs the new Lenny Bruce?

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