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What Hillary Clinton Privately Told Goldman Sachs by David Swanson

by David Swanson
Writer, Dandelion Salad
Let’s Try Democracy, Oct. 16, 2016
October 18, 2016

At first glance, Hillary Clinton’s speeches to Goldman Sachs, which she refused to show us but WikiLeaks claims to have now produced the texts of, reveal less blatant hypocrisy or abuse than do the texts of various emails also recently revealed. 1,471 more words


Diary: Grab Them by the Pussy

All right good morning. Sat down and instantly it’s too loud to write. Neighbors running around with their kid, their dog. Someone hauling a steel barrel full of corkscrews and broken glass up stairs suddenly made of old organ pipes. 1,017 more words


How Clinton's benefactor cashed in on the crash

Back in 2006, Donald Trump said he was sort of looking forward to the coming housing crash, because he could cash in—presumably by buying up distressed properties. 355 more words


Former President of EU Commission Juan Manuel Barroso: Conflict of Interest, “Deep Ties” to Goldman Sachs

Jose Manuel Barroso had closer contact with Goldman Sachs during his tenure as European Commission chief than he has previously admitted, according to Portuguese media. 508 more words

Economic Report

What Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein Would Tell His Younger Self

Lloyd Blankfein’s climb from a peanuts seller at the Yankee stadium to running one of the world’s most prominent banks must have taken countless hours of focus, determination, and self-discipline. 326 more words


Who Apple CEO Tim Cook turns to for advice

Even the CEO of the largest company in the world needs some help from time to time.

In a sprawling interview with the Washington Post published yesterday (Aug. 389 more words

Lloyd Blankfein: Wall Street’s living legend

Lloyd Blankfein has rightfully earned a star on the Wall Street walk of fame. At 61, this Jewish New Yorker, who was born in the neighborhood of the Bronx, has made history as the head of Goldman Sachs, one of the largest investment banks in the world and has become one of the five most powerful men in the business world, … 748 more words

Patrick Dwyer