The Goldman Sachs Group, Inc. is an American multinational finance company that engages in global investment banking, investment management, securities, and other financial services, primarily with institutional clients.

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  • The Rise of the Small Deal: Goldman Sachs' John Waldron
    For the fourth consecutive year, the total value of global M&A transactions is projected to surpass $3 trillion. But instead of being driven by large-scale consolidation, this year’s M&A environment has been characterized by smaller deals, says John Waldron, global co-head of the Goldman Sachs Investment Banking Division. He points to legislative gridlock in Washington and regulatory uncertainty a...
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  • Talks at GS – Dan Schulman: The Democratization of Finance
    The disruption of mobile is not only transforming retail and other industries, it is helping to democratize financial services, allowing payment to be more efficient and less expensive for the more than 2 billion globally outside the financial system. PayPal president and CEO Dan Schulman discusses the power of fintech, why even tech pioneers must constantly change and innovate, and why diversity ...
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  • Talks at GS – Dr. Vivek Murthy: The Global Epidemic of Addiction
    During his tenure as the 19th US Surgeon General, Dr. Vivek Murthy—the first Indian American to serve in the role—delved deeply into the country's problems with addiction, which have worsened in part due to an almost quadrupling in opiate prescriptions since 1999. Here he discusses the epidemic’s growth on a global scale, his efforts to curb the crisis through creating a “culture of prevention” an...
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  • Still Searching for the Equilibrium: Jeff Currie Shares Oil Midyear Economic Outlook
    Shale’s efficient, low-cost production cycle continues to complicate rebalancing of the global oil market, but Goldman Sachs’ Head of Commodities Research Jeff Currie sees the balance of risks tilted to the upside for the second half of 2017. Among the contributors? Further drawdown of excess inventories and a cyclical upswing in oil demand. Learn more: http://link.gs.com/Bbfw
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  • Lessons from Lloyd: Advice to Our Summer Interns
    Lloyd Blankfein, chairman and CEO of Goldman Sachs, recently spent time with the firm’s summer interns from around the world talking about his path to Goldman Sachs, offering career advice and discussing what’s next for the firm. Learn more: http://link.gs.com/oxmN
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  • Best Advice to UK Small Business Owners
    At a 10,000 Small Businesses UK Innovation and Internationalisation Conference held in Birmingham on July 20, we asked some of the business leaders in attendance to share their insights on business-building and their best advice for small business owners. Learn more: http://link.gs.com/rPGT
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  • Richard Gnodde, CEO of Goldman Sachs International, on UK Small Business Growth and Globalisation
    At the 10,000 Small Businesses UK Innovation and Internationalisation Conference in Birmingham, held on July 20, Richard Gnodde, CEO of Goldman Sachs International, discusses the importance of small businesses to the UK economy, the need to support these businesses as they scale and grow, and how a significant number of 10,000 Small Businesses UK business owners are driving their growth through ac...
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  • The Wind and Solar Boom: Goldman Sachs' Alberto Gandolfi
    Falling wind and solar costs are set to spur even greater investment in renewable technologies. Goldman Sachs Research’s Alberto Gandolfi forecasts that by 2020, renewables will be able to operate without government subsidies. From there, Gandolfi expects wind and solar deployment to accelerate, reaching $3 trillion over the next 20 years. Learn more: http://link.gs.com/Lct4
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  • The 2017 Goldman Sachs Gives Analyst Impact Fund
    Teams made up of nearly 300 analysts from Goldman Sachs offices around the world competed to win grants from Goldman Sachs Gives to support innovative non-profit organizations of their choice. The Goldman Sachs Gives Analyst Impact Fund is sponsored by the Partnership Committee, whose mission is to steward the firm’s culture and cultivate our current and future leaders. The initiative provides ana...
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  • In Conversation with Our UK Technology Degree Apprentices
    Jo Hannaford, head of Goldman Sachs’ Technology Division for EMEA, talks to our class of degree apprentices working in the Technology Division in London, who are approaching their first anniversaries of working at the firm. They discuss their experiences as degree apprentices so far, technology as a degree and career choice, and their views on the future of technology. Learn more: http://link.gs.c...
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  • China E-Commerce: The Next Leg of Growth – Goldman Sachs’ Ronald Keung
    The world’s largest e-commerce market is on track to double by 2020, according to Goldman Sachs Research’s Ronald Keung, as online retailers better leverage brick-and-mortar in what he calls an “e+commerce” approach to sales. The combination of improved logistics and inventories located closer to consumers should allow new categories like grocery and healthcare to move online, all while China’s ba...
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  • Talks at GS – Danielle Weisberg and Carly Zakin: Changing the Face – and Format – of News
    From the couch of their New York City apartment, former NBC News producers Danielle Weisberg and Carly Zakin conceived an idea: a daily email newsletter to keep their digitally savvy friends better informed of global news. Fast forward five years, the Daily Skimm has more than 5 million – largely millennial – subscribers, and continues to grow through additional content platforms. Weisberg and Zak...
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  • Marquee QuickPoll: A Look at July Market Sentiment
    In the latest monthly QuickPoll on the Securities Division's Marquee platform, central bank activity sprang to the top of the list of market-moving themes among the 800+ clients surveyed. Oscar Ostlund, head of New York Market Strats in the Goldman Sachs Securities Division, notes that in this month's poll results, politics are "conspicuous by their absence." In their stead, investors pointed to t...
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  • Oil – Still Searching for the Equilibrium: Goldman Sachs' Jeff Currie
    Shale’s efficient, low-cost production cycle continues to complicate rebalancing of the global oil market, but Goldman Sachs’ Head of Commodities Research Jeff Currie sees the balance of risks tilted to the upside for the second half of 2017. Among the contributors? Further drawdown of excess inventories and a cyclical upswing in oil demand. Learn more: http://link.gs.com/Bbfw
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  • Cautiously Optimistic: Huw Pill Shares European Midyear Economic Outlook
    Huw Pill, chief European economist for Goldman Sachs Research, sees the Euro area’s economy growing at close to 2% this year. That’s up from around the 1.5% growth projected at the start of 2017. He cites two broad reasons for cautious optimism: the pick-up in global trade and manufacturing, and the revival of animal spirits within the region. Learn more: http://link.gs.com/Y8P0
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  • Brexit Vote: One Year On – Goldman Sachs’ Andrew Benito
    Nobody's certain what Brexit deal will emerge from the talks between the UK government and its European Union counterparts, but a year on from the referendum a clear theme has emerged: Europe is in the ascendency. "Over the past year Europe has become more confident about its economic recovery, about its political challenges and about the Brexit negotiation itself," says Andrew Benito, UK economis...
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  • Three Trends Driving Silicon Valley Investing – Goldman Sachs’ Brook Dane
    The latest Silicon Valley tech trends are moving from concepts to reality and creating new opportunities for investors in the process. Brook Dane of Goldman Sachs Asset Management’s Fundamental Equity Group shares how technologies including artificial intelligence and machine learning analytics are now being embedded into practical applications and how cloud computing is creating investment opport...
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  • Talks at GS – Eddie Huang: Food, Culture, Identity
    Lawyer-turned-restaurateur Eddie Huang authored the bestselling memoir, Fresh Off the Boat, that inspired the popular ABC sitcom of the same name and generated a new dialogue around social and cultural identity. Huang, who is also host of his own television show, Vice's Huang's World, which explores cultural identity through food, discusses his experiences growing up in Orlando, Florida as the son...
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  • “China: Confidence on the Rise” with Lloyd C. Blankfein
    Following a recent trip to Beijing, Goldman Sachs Chairman and CEO Lloyd C. Blankfein discusses why he believes the mood in China today is one of confidence, stability and “a sense of place in the world.” Despite China’s challenges, Blankfein highlights a relatively strong growth rate and a strong commitment to infrastructure as contributing factors to China’s sense of optimism. Learn more: http:/...
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  • Edith Cooper Delivers Convocation Address at Kellogg School of Management
    On June 16, 2017, Goldman Sachs’ Global Head of Human Capital Management delivered the convocation address to graduates of Kellogg School of Management. Edith shared five important lessons that helped shape her professional and personal life. (Video credit: Kellogg School of Management/TC Furlong, Inc.)

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