A crop of IPOs are coming, starting with chip designer Arm, which is making its debut on Thursday. It's another sign of confidence in markets — and the U.S. economy.
Big companies such as Amazon and Google have recently announced layoffs. On Wall Street, getting cut is always acknowledged as an ever-lurking prospect — but it still stings when it happens.
The prestigious investment bank is undertaking one of its biggest rounds of layoffs since the Global Financial Crisis.
Companies in New York City face another setback as they push workers to come back to work: Employees are saying they don't feel safe in the city anymore.
Landing a job at Goldman Sachs is a golden ticket. It's harder to get hired by Goldman than to get into Harvard. CEO David Solomon says 3,500 workers start this week. He wants them all in the office.
Roger Ng was convicted in a New York federal court of bribery and other corruption charges accusing him of participating in a $4.5 billion scheme to ransack the Malaysian state investment fund.
Goldman Sachs says it's "winding down its business in Russia in compliance with regulatory and licensing requirements," two weeks after the country first invaded Ukraine.
Wall Street has a big problem on its hands: Many of the young people it needs to fill its talent pool are having doubts about working in the industry.
Wall Street executives are pushing vaccinated workers to return to work, and that's good news for vendors and other small businesses in New York that depend on workers from finance.
The blue chip bank will claw back hundreds of millions of dollars in compensation from current and former executives over a financial scandal in Malaysia.
The economy is tanking, with massive layoffs and bankruptcies. But the richest sliver of the country continues to do quite well. The latest evidence: Goldman Sachs said it's raking in money on trades.