SPAC Powered Brands priced earlier this month, with the goal of creating a global conglomerate made up of sustainable and digitally focused beauty brands.
While the SPAC trend shows no sign of cooling down amid high demand for shares of new companies, investors need to be careful, Blankfein says.
Despite a pandemic that has forced more than 30 million Americans to seek unemployment benefits, equity indexes are still near all-time highs.
Blankfein may be speaking from experience: Goldman took $10 billion from the Treasury's Troubled Asset Relief Program in October 2008.
The exits of Sen. Elizabeth Warren and Mike Bloomberg leave Joe Biden and Sen. Bernie Sanders to battle for the Democratic presidential nomination.
His comments are in stark contrast with those from predecessor Lloyd Blankfein.
U.S. stock futures were pointing to a higher Wall Street open on Wednesday as shares of companies impacted by the coronavirus rebounded
"Elizabeth Warren is sitting there trying to find the 10 people who might rival him," CNBC's Jim Cramer says.
"Do you think television reporters make too much money? I do," Blankfein responded to a question from CNBC's Scott Wapner about whether he thinks corporate leaders make too much money.
The investor was responding to the Democratic presidential candidate's attack ad, in which he and two other billionaires are called out.
U.S. stock futures were under some mild pressure Thursday morning, with dueling concern about U.S.-China trade and optimism around Walmart.
Former Goldman Sachs chief Lloyd Blankfein agrees with President Trump's stance on tariffs in the ongoing trade war with China.
The standoff with China "cuts to the core of what the United States is going to be in the future," says the hardline ex-White House chief strategist.
The United States may be feeling the pain of tariffs now, but they will hurt China in the longer term, says former Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein.
As his former fellow bank CEOs endured hours of grilling in a congressional hearing, the ex-chief of Goldman Sachs tweeted sarcastically that he really missed his old job.
The former Goldman CEO and the Vermont senator spar over social media about whether corporate stock buybacks divert resources from meaningful investment.
The sentiment of business leaders at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, has swung from upbeat in 2018 to somber in 2019.
David Solomon may have been groomed for his role as CEO of Goldman Sachs, but there was one downside that still came as a surprise to him.
Goldman Sachs beat profit and revenue expectations, powered by better-than-expected investment banking fees and interest income.
The money laundering probe of the Malaysia state fund got a little more serious for Goldman on Monday.