GOOD NEWS AT GOLDMAN SACHS: TEA BUBBLING AT NYC FIRM
- Aramark hits the mark with latest Goldman, Sachs cafeteria. King, Paul // Nation's Restaurant News;08/10/98, Vol. 32 Issue 32, p73
Reports on Aramark's takeover of the food service operation at the cafeteria of the Goldman, Sachs headquarters in New York City. Changing demographics of the building's occupants; Culinary offerings at the cafeteria; Adaptability of Aramark's operations.
- The Tea Party and Goldman Sachs: A Love Story. SCHEER, ROBERT // Progressive Populist;8/1/2011, Vol. 17 Issue 13, p13
The article talks about the association of the Tea Party movement with Goldman Sachs Group Inc. in 2011.
- Goldman Sachs names 126 to middle tier. Horowitz, Jed // Investment Dealers' Digest;10/27/97, Vol. 63 Issue 43, p6
Reports on the Goldman Sachs and Co.'s release of the list of its new extended partners. Distinctions between an extended and participating partner; Creation of the extended partner concept; Names of the new managing directors.
- Investment banking score card. Copulsky, Erica // Investment Dealers' Digest;06/15/98, Vol. 64 Issue 24, p9
Focuses on a meeting of the partners of Goldman, Sachs and company, on June 12, 1998. Where the meeting was held; Details on options which the Goldman company have if it decides to go public; What a partner in Goldman is worth in relation to stock value.
- Group may lower bid. Harrington, John // Crain's New York Business;10/16/95, Vol. 11 Issue 42, p78
Reports that Goldman Sachs & Co. may reduce its $297 million offer for the Rockefeller Properties Inc.
- Goldman casts wider net in leveraged finance. Goldblatt, Jennifer // American Banker;9/18/1997, Vol. 162 Issue 180, p1
Reports that Goldman Sachs & Co. is zealously pursuing emerging and non-investment-grade companies. Preaching of the gospel of leveraged finance; Goldman's ranking among leveraged lenders for the first part of 1997; Refashioning of the firm's leveraged finance team; Criticism against Goldman.
- Goldman Sachs settles. // People Management;12/18/1997, Vol. 3 Issue 25, p16
Reports on the settlement of a race discrimination case by United States investment bank Goldman Sachs in Great Britain. Complaint filed by African-American James Curry that he was unfairly dismissed by senior managers after complaining about racism.
- Goldman eyes $4 billion. // Crain's New York Business;04/19/99, Vol. 15 Issue 16, p74
Reports on the plans of the Goldman Sachs Group to raise as much as $3.8 billion in its initial public offering in May 1999.
- Will Goldman go public--Finally? Serwer, Andy // Fortune;6/22/1998, Vol. 137 Issue 12, p188
Considers whether Goldman Sachs will go public and/or merge with another firm. The likelihood that the older partners of Goldman will favor a deal; The deal that Travelers' chief executive officer Sandy Weill offered Goldman; The proposal made by Chase Manhattan to Goldman.