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by Derek Loosvelt | December 14, 2010


A couple weeks after its head honchos appeared on national television getting grilled by a handful of U.S. senators, Goldman Sachs embarked on an extremely thorough, seven-plus-month internal review of its business practices and ethics and dealings and operations -- which was said to be the most comprehensive review in the firm's storied history.

This week, Goldman released the findings of that detailed investigationm, and what the internal committee recommended is (more or less) this: that Goldman stop misleading its clients.

Job well done, committee.



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