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
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For Roy Castro, the path to becoming an ice-cream distributor was hardly as sweet as it sounds.
After getting out of prison following a drug charge in 2002, Castro, 41, took whatever jobs he could get, he says. 1,812 more words
Square founder and CEO Jack Dorsey credits his mother and father with teaching him about entrepreneurship. But it was his mother’s ambivalence about turning her business into something big that really taught him a valuable lesson about individual values and goals. 443 more words
Don’t just satisfy your customers, delight them. So says Warren Buffett, the chief executive of Berkshire Hathaway, and the third-wealthiest man in the world.
The so-called Oracle of Omaha shared that piece of advice Tuesday with burgeoning small–business owners, many of whom were graduating from a development program launched by Goldman Sachs called 10,000 Small Businesses. 318 more words
Hey, can we all just stop complaining that our government coddles Wall Street’s big money-grubbing banks?
Sure, they went belly-up and crashed our economy with their frauds, rigged casino games, and raw greed. 587 more words