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Vale sells Colombia coal mines to Goldman Sachs-led group
... Vale (VALE5.SA)(VALE.N) said on Monday it agreed to sell its thermal coal assets in Colombia for $407 million (259.9 million pounds) to a unit of Colombian Natural Resources, a mining company controlled by U.S. investment bank Goldman Sachs (GS.N).
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Juicy Yields On Goldman Preferred Issues
If you like Goldman Sachs (NYSE:GS) but find the common stock too volatile, then consider its preferred stocks. They have four different issues that trade on the New York Stock Exchange.
Goldman Sachs Names Carlotti to Securities Division Role
Goldman Sachs Group Inc. (GS:US) named Valentino D. Carlotti, the former president of its bank in Brazil, to run a newly created client-focused group within the sales and trading division, according to an internal memo.
Goldman names new client-focused trading head: memo  Chicago Tribune
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Goldman Sachs Spreads Tech Investments After Facebook
Goldman Sachs Group Inc. (GS), the bank which last week doubled its money from a 2010 bet on Facebook Inc. (FB), is ramping up investments in Web startups, underscoring the allure of high-growth tech companies to financiers far from Silicon Valley.
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Goldman Sachs banks on renewable energy
Goldman Sachs is the most recent to join the list of diverse companies or investment banks making funds available for renewable energy and solar.
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Morgan Stanley, Goldman Sachs Sued Over Facebook IPO
A Facebook investor sued Nasdaq OMX Group Inc. yesterday in the same court, saying the exchange �badly mishandled� trades in Facebook stock, which resulted in delays and a failure to complete customer orders.
Wall Street Titans, Behaving Badly  NPR (blog)
Facebook IPO: Morgan Stanley and Other Underwriters Earn $100M Profit - WSJ  ValueWalk
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Goldman Sachs Traders Lost Money on One Day in Quarter
Goldman Sachs Group Inc. (GS), the Wall Street bank that generated 57 percent of its first-quarter revenue from trading, had a loss from that business on one day in the period, down from 17 during the preceding three months.
Goldman Lifts 'Reasonably Possible' Legal-Loss Estimate  BusinessWeek
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Goldman Sachs Shorts Spanish Debt, Buys Italy's
Goldman Sachs Group Inc. (GS), the fifth-biggest U.S. bank by assets, positioned itself for a decline in the value of Spanish government bonds and a rally in Italian sovereign debt during the first quarter.
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Interline Brands to Be Bought by GS Capital for $1.1 Billion
Goldman Sachs (GS) Group Inc.'s private-equity unit and P2 Capital Partners LLC agreed to buy Interline Brands Inc., a distributor of janitorial, plumbing and lighting products that went public in 2004, in a deal valued at $1.1 billion including debt.
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Goldman banker reveals details of Buffett's 'secret' deal
The investment by Warren Buffett in Goldman Sachs Group Inc. in September 2008 was so confidential that even his chief financial officer was unaware of it before being briefed on the details by a Goldman Sachs executive, a witness at the Rajat Gupta ...
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