With the indictment of two former senior Goldman Sachs bankers, accused by US prosecutors of paying bribes, stealing and laundering money from a Malaysian sovereign-wealth fund, the Wall Street giant finds itself at the center of one of the world’s largest-ever financial scandals. The Wall Street Journal reports.
Back in 2012, a Goldman Sachs vice-president who quit explained to CBS News the toxic culture within the firm:
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