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  • JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon attends a policy forum with President Donald Trump in the State Dining Room at the White House, February 3, 2017, in Washington.

    CNBC's Wilfred Frost takes a look at which corporate leaders made the most money from the surge in stocks since Donald Trump won the White House.

  • NEW YORK, Feb 14- Technology whizzes who helped Goldman Sachs eliminate hundreds of trading jobs over the past few years are venturing into the bank's flagship M&A business, making some junior bankers uneasy. A team of 75 programmers, internally referred to as "strats," has been developing technology to make Goldman's elite dealmakers more productive.

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    Technology whizzes who helped Goldman Sachs eliminate hundreds of trading jobs over the past few years are venturing into the bank's flagship M&A business, making some junior bankers uneasy.

  • NEW YORK, Feb 14- Technology whizzes who helped Goldman Sachs eliminate hundreds of trading jobs over the past few years are venturing into the bank's flagship M&A business, making some junior bankers uneasy. A team of 75 programmers, internally referred to as "strats," has been developing technology to make Goldman's elite dealmakers more productive.

  • In a letter to CEO Lloyd Blankfein dated Feb. 9 and made public on Friday, Democratic Senators Elizabeth Warren and Tammy Baldwin asked for details on "lobbying" activities in the bank related to review of the Dodd-Frank Act and the Obama-era fiduciary rule on financial advice. In December, Trump appointed Gary Cohn, former Goldman president and chief operating...

  • In a letter to CEO Lloyd Blankfein, Democratic senators Elizabeth Warren and Tammy Baldwin asked for details on "lobbying" activities in the bank related to review of the Dodd-Frank Act and the Obama-era fiduciary rule on financial advice. In December, Trump appointed Gary Cohn, former Goldman chief operating officer, to head the White House National Economic...

  • Jan 30- Goldman Sachs Group Inc Chief Executive Lloyd Blankfein became the first major Wall Street leader to speak out against President Donald Trump's order to halt arrivals from several Muslim-majority countries. In Silicon Valley, the heads of companies such as Apple and Facebook swiftly denounced Trump's immigration ban. But the rest of corporate...

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    The finance world delivered a muted response to Trump's temporary ban on immigration. The New York Times reports.

  • Jan 30- Goldman Sachs Group Inc Chief Executive Lloyd Blankfein became the first major Wall Street leader to speak out against President Donald Trump's order to halt arrivals from several Muslim-majority countries. In Silicon Valley, the heads of companies such as Apple and Facebook swiftly denounced Trump's immigration ban. But the rest of corporate...

  • Jan 30- The chief executives of Goldman Sachs Group and Ford Motor Co joined the criticism of President Donald Trump's order to halt arrivals from several Muslim-majority countries, as equity markets fell and the dollar slipped on Monday. Goldman Sachs Group Inc Chief Executive Lloyd Blankfein was the first major Wall Street CEO to weigh in against the...

  • Jan 30- Goldman Sachs Group Inc Chief Executive Lloyd Blankfein became the first major Wall Street leader to speak out against President Donald Trump's order to halt arrivals from several Muslim-majority countries. In Silicon Valley, the heads of companies such as Apple and Facebook swiftly denounced Trump's immigration ban.. But the rest of corporate...

  • WASHINGTON, Jan 30- Ford Motor Co on Monday criticized President Donald Trump's controversial immigration order, becoming one of the highest profile U.S. manufacturers to question the decision to temporarily ban travelers coming from seven predominantly Muslim countries. The chief of Tesla has said he would ask members of a business advisory council to...

  • Jan 30- Goldman Sachs Group Inc Chief Executive Lloyd Blankfein became the first major Wall Street leader to speak out against President Donald Trump's order to halt arrivals from several Muslim-majority countries. Most U.S. corporate bosses have stayed silent on Trump's immigration curbs, underscoring the sensitivities around opposing policies that...

  • Jan 30- Goldman Sachs Group Inc Chief Executive Lloyd Blankfein became the first major Wall Street leader to speak out against President Donald Trump's order to halt arrivals from several Muslim-majority countries. Most U.S. corporate bosses have stayed silent on Trump's immigration curbs, underscoring the sensitivities around opposing policies that...

  • Jan 30- Goldman Sachs Group Inc Chief Executive Lloyd Blankfein became the first major Wall Street leader to speak out against President Donald Trump's order to halt arrivals from several Muslim-majority countries. Most U.S. corporate bosses have stayed silent on Trump's immigration curbs, underscoring the sensitivities around opposing policies that...

  • Jan 30- Goldman Sachs Group Inc CEO Lloyd Blankfein became the first major bank CEO to speak out against President Donald Trump's order to halt arrivals from several Muslim-majority countries. Most U.S. corporate bosses have stayed silent on Trump's immigration curbs, underscoring the sensitivities around opposing policies that could provoke a backlash...

  • NEW YORK/ BOSTON, Jan 30- Most U.S. corporate bosses have stayed silent on President Donald Trump's immigration curbs, underscoring the sensitivities around opposing policies that could provoke a backlash from the White House. While the leaders of Apple Inc, Google and Facebook Inc emailed their staff to denounce the suspension of the U.S. refugee program and...

  • Jan 30- Goldman Sachs Group Inc CEO Lloyd Blankfein told employees that President Donald Trump's order to halt arrivals from seven Muslim-majority countries was not a policy the bank endorsed, according to a source familiar with the matter. Most U.S. corporate bosses have stayed silent on Trump's immigration curbs, underscoring the sensitivities around...

  • LONDON, Jan 19- Goldman Sachs Chief Executive Lloyd Blankfein said on Thursday that he still doesn't know if there will be just one location the bank will relocate operations to in order to deal with Britain's exit from the European Union. Blankfein said in an interview with Bloomberg television at the World Economic Forum in Davos that the firm will be able to...

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    Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein shares his views on the market and the economy in an interview from the World Economic Forum in Davos.