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Forum Post: Need a Goldman "Job application" facebook page

Posted 12 years ago on Oct. 21, 2011, 5:19 p.m. EST by OurTimes2011 (377) from Arlington, VA
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We think we should be focusing on Goldman. To do this, let's visit their offices around the world. The reason we are visiting is to drop off a resume. The resumes might say things like:

  1. Would sell own mother or buy someone else's if it resulted in short term gains

  2. Stuck firmly in materialistic mindset so I respond very well to financial inducements even if you're asking me to break the law or my own morals

  3. My entire morality is based on one question: "does it make money"?

  4. I am not that concerned about the world my kids or their kids will grow up in. I really don't give a rats ass about anything but money and myself.

We need someone to create a Facebook page. People should be able to print out resumes from it after customizing.

Where to send it:


or, apply online:




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[-] 1 points by OurTimes2011 (377) from Arlington, VA 12 years ago


The Securities and Exchange Commission announced today that it has settled charges against Goldman, Sachs & Co., a New York-based investment bank and securities firm, arising from an investigation of research analyst conflicts of interest. This settlement, and settlements with nine other brokerage firms, are part of the global settlement the firms have reached with the Commission, NASD, Inc., the New York Stock Exchange, Inc. ("NYSE"), the New York Attorney General, and other state regulators. As part of the settlement, Goldman Sachs has agreed to pay $25 million as disgorgement and an additional $25 million in penalties. One-half of the total of these payments - $25 million - will be paid in connection with the SEC action and related proceedings by the NASD and NYSE and will be placed into a distribution fund for the benefit of customers of the firm. The remainder will be paid to resolve related proceedings by state regulators. In the SEC action, Goldman Sachs has agreed to a federal court order that will enjoin the firm from future violations of NASD and NYSE rules and require the firm to make changes in the operations of its equity research and investment banking divisions. In addition, Goldman Sachs will pay, over five years, $50 million to provide the firm's clients with independent research, and $10 million to be used for investor education.

[-] 1 points by OurTimes2011 (377) from Arlington, VA 12 years ago

The Securities and Exchange Commission today charged Goldman Sachs & Co. with violating the securities law in its allocation of shares in initial public offerings (IPOs) in 1999 and 2000, by inducing or attempting to induce certain customers to purchase shares in the aftermarket. Goldman Sachs has agreed to a settlement in which it will pay a $40 million penalty and be enjoined from future violations of the applicable laws. The settlement is subject to court approval.

[-] 1 points by therising (6643) 12 years ago

Fantastic !

[-] 1 points by stevemiller (1062) 12 years ago


No chance for progress in America

The media pundits keep telling Americans on TV that we must have globalization, we must only elect Republicans and Democrats, we shouldn't have a class war, we should keep letting the politicians take bribes on the record and kickback favors for those bribes, and the list is a bottomless pit of stupidity,

Only people in a deep trance would be irrational. Americans are so arrogant and hypocritical that they'd prefer being destroyed by the pundits who use propaganda to keep them in a trance around the clock.

Obama has lied about everything he promised us. I don't care what color the president is if he's making decisions that will benefit all Americans with good job opportunities, fair taxation, and a great energy plan.