Lake Effect Communications

Lake Effect Communications

Move along, folks. Nothing to see here.

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            When Greg Smith, a disgruntled Goldman Sachs banker, announced his departure in a March 14, 2012 New York Times Op-Ed essay, his criticism of the firm as one that aimed at exploiting, not serving, its customers, caused a stir.  It also led to a contract for a book titled Why I Left Goldman Sachs.
            According to the September 13, 2012 New York Times, Mr. Smith’s book has a publication date of October 22, 2012.
            Any reason for concern on Goldman Sachs’ part?
            The New York Times report quotes a Goldman Sachs spokesman’s emailed statement: “Every day, some young professional, after a decade in a postcollegiate job, reassesses his or her career and decides to move on and do something else.  Others can best judge whether Mr. Smith’s particular career transition is of unique interest.” 

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