Inside Goldman Sachs: The Privileges of Partnership

Wednesday, January 19, 2011

The Goldman Sachs partnership is the most exclusive club on Wall Street. Until now, little was known about the partnership, an elite group of the bank’s senior executives that has cashed in on billions since the it was formed in 1999. The New York Times reveals the secret life of Wall Street’s highest-paid employees — and how these executives are set to benefit from stock options they received during the bleakest days of the banking crisis.

Co-author of this exclusive report, Eric Dash, banking reporter for The New York Times details the story, along with Louise Story, the paper's Wall Street and finance reporter.


Eric Dash and Louise Story

Produced by:

Jillian Weinberger

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