LLOYD BLANKFEIN

Lloyd Craig Blankfein (born September 20, 1954) is the current Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of Goldman Sachs. After the May 31, 2006, nomination of former CEO Hank Paulson as Secretary of the Treasury, Blankfein was announced as his replacement.

Is This Why Goldman Sachs Stock Is Surging?

Trump has reportedly asked Gary Cohn, Goldman Sachs president and COO, to lead his National Economic Council. As Trump's cabinet fills with Goldman-related people, the bank's shares are soaring.

Trump Gets Wall Street’s Nod

A conservative group of CEOs of major U.S. corporations welcomed the president-elect’s nomination of Steven Mnuchin and Wilbur Ross to the Cabinet.

More Layoffs Hit Goldman Sachs

Cuts in the trading and sales division come as the investment bank led by CEO Lloyd Blankfein grapples with a changing banking landscape.

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Goldman Faces Range Of Headwinds

Reporting a steep earnings drop for the first quarter, financial giant Goldman Sachs is feeling the pain in its investment banking and trading divisions.
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