Whatever doesn't kill Goldman Sachs makes it stronger.
Goldman Chief Executive Lloyd Blankfein said on CNBC that the Wall Street powerhouse was "probably going to be a better firm" after conducting a "tremendous deep dive" internal investigation into accusations by former Goldman employee Greg Smith that the firm's culture had been corrupted and clients were mistreated.
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"I'll tell you the truth, I have anxiety about these things. I don't know always what we don't know," Blankfein said.
If you haven't already guessed, Goldman says that it emerged from its self-investigation completely exonerated from any wrongdoing.