May 23rd, 2011
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How long can the head of Goldman Sachs hang on to his top job? CNN's Maggie Lake reports.

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  1. Jim

    Well I suppose he will move on like the former BP CEO. But you cant blame it all on Loyd.A Fine documentary out at the moment is "Inside Job" and expose' on the whole GFC debacle from incepetion to eruption. Loyd and many others like were just operating in an environment that was deregulated as far back the Reagan admin.CDOs and CDS's are still being tarding today I believe, so we havent learned anything and havent regulated anyone. World losses of Trillions of dollars and Hundreds of Millions of Jobs and our leaders are only thinking about the next elections ( 4 yeaer terms or whatever) its doesnt look far enough down the road. I beleive every Wall Street firm has done like Goldman. US would have build more Jails for these white collar thieves.
    Now that the horse has bolted this global trade will just relocate. The world cannot regulate this until we elect a world government or body to do so. It all started in the USA 20 years ago.
    Loyd Blankfein will never step down. As will US foreign debt and the deficit will be paid back." It's tooth fairy stuff"

    May 25, 2011 at 3:13 pm |

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