Cometh the rage

Chris Jeffery

Many bankers secretly enjoyed the intense media scrutiny Goldman Sachs faced for much of last year, as the Wall Street bank blundered from one public relations disaster into another. It was a time when perhaps its biggest strength – its ability to make money whatever the situation– turned out to be its biggest liability.

The incredible comeback Goldman Sachs had made since being on the brink of bankruptcy in October 2008, under normal market conditions, would have been the stuff of Wall Street

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