Lloyd Blankfein

Lloyd Blankfein

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Ex-Goldman CEO tweets Post story as Wall Street execs grilled

This former Wall Street titan is a "Tab-Lloyd" reader. Lloyd Blankfein, the ex-CEO of Goldman Sachs, retweeted The Post's Wednesday story about bigwig bankers getting grilled on Capitol Hill —...
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Goldman Sachs lays off dozens of traders

A dreaded bloodbath at Goldman Sachs under the bank's new boss has finally begun. The Wall Street powerhouse — whose new Chief Executive David Solomon took the reins from Lloyd...
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Goldman Sachs may claw back millions from CEO over bribery scandal

Goldman Sachs is threatening to claw back millions of dollars from its top brass — including Chief Executive David Solomon and his predecessor, Lloyd Blankfein — over a Malaysian bribery...
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Lloyd Blankfein met with fugitive financier Jho Low in 2013: report

Goldman Sachs chairman Lloyd Blankfein met with Malaysian partyboy financier Jho Low — a fugitive at the center of one of the biggest-ever public corruption scandals — even after the...
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Lloyd Blankfein's last quarter at Goldman was mixed

Lloyd Blankfein left Goldman Sachs with a mixed bag. The banking powerhouse on Tuesday reported a surprisingly strong profit increase of 19 percent in the third quarter, driven by tax...
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Lloyd Blankfein spotted with Oprah in Italy

Outgoing Goldman Sachs Chief Executive Lloyd Blankfein was spotted on Tuesday hobnobbing with fellow billionaire Oprah Winfrey in Portofino, Italy, amid a gathering of industry titans. The two mogu…
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JPMorgan is thriving under Dimon a decade after financial crisis

In an interesting twist of fate, Lloyd Blankfein's departure from Goldman Sachs, announced last week, leaves JPMorgan's Jamie Dimon as the lone survivor from the financial crisis. (Blankfein will o…
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