In our view, Boeing continues to underestimate the amount of work required on the 787More delays predicted for Boeing's 787 Mar 08, 2008
As that starts to happen, and it will happen, I am afraid of the impact that this hasFreddie Mac head: U.S. economy could sink Dec 11, 2007
Looking over periods of stress that I've seen, this is the strongest global economy we've hadPaulsen sees no recession in stock turmoil Aug 16, 2007
Failing to act now would lead to far higher economic and environmental costs and greater risk of irreversible impactsCorporate titans seek greenhouse gas caps Feb 20, 2007
India's current growth rate of around 8 percent can be increased to 10 percent if the efficiency level in terms of productivity to capital employed is increased and the saving rate increases marginally to sustain the investmentIndia's economy may eclipse U.K., U.S. Jan 24, 2007
The Goldman Sachs Group, Inc. is a global investment banking and securities firm which engages in investment banking, securities services, investment management and other financial services primarily with institutional clients. Goldman Sachs was founded in 1869, and is headquartered at 200 West Street, in the Lower Manhattan area of New York City. The firm has offices in all major international financial centers, and provides mergers and acquisitions advice, underwriting services, asset management, and securities services to its clients, which include corporations, governments and high net worth individuals around the world. The firm also engages in proprietary trading and private equity deals. It is a primary dealer in the United States Treasury security market.
Former employees Robert Rubin and Henry Paulson served as United States Secretary of the Treasury after leaving the firm; Rubin under President Bill Clinton and Paulson under George W. Bush.
Goldman Sachs was founded in 1869 by German immigrant Marcus Goldman. In 1882, Goldman's son-in-law Samuel Sachs joined the firm. In 1885, Goldman took his son Henry and his son-in-law Ludwig Dreyfuss into the business and the firm adopted its present name, Goldman Sachs & Co. The company made a name for itself pioneering the use of commercial paper for entrepreneurs and was invited to join the New York Stock Exchange in 1896.