Is Goldman Making A Statement By Firing Cheating Junior Executives?

Perhaps most surprising about last week’s news that 20 Goldman Sachs analysts were dismissed from the elite banking organization for cheating was how easy it was for test administrators to catch the offenders -- highlighting the fact that those cheating should have known their unsophisticated search tactics could be so easily tracked.


Presumably tech savvy millennial Goldman Sachs recruits used traceable company computers to cheat on tests
Goldman Sachs is more often than not the subtle bank that, on a relative basis, keeps its head above . . .

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