The Best of Fox Business: Is Goldman’s Blankfein the Muppet, An Oscar That Could Worry Investors
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When “The Artist” won best picture at this year’s Academy Awards, it marked the first time a silent film has done so since 1929 — the same year a dramatic stock market crash heralded the start of the Great Depression.
Alan Viard of the American Enterprise Institute on dividend taxes.
Attention, college students: Want to save $60 every month? It’s easy, just cut out your daily latte purchase on your way to class. While it doesn’t seem like much, $60–the cost of a daily $2 coffee habit–can make or break a college student’s budget.
As one of the most powerful men on Wall Street, surely Lloyd Blankfein can’t be brought down by a single op-ed from a mid-level employee, right? Not so fast. As Goldman Sachs (NYSE:GS) leaps into damage-control mode over the salacious diatribe written by a former vice president at the firm, some are wondering whether the incident could be the final nail in the controversial CEO’s coffin.