Sep 10, 2016
The Wall Street firm’s blanket ban on partners’ donations is aimed at preventing breaches of the SEC’s pay-to-play rules governing municipal bonds and pensions. Other banks are looking at contributions on a case-by-case basis.Proceed to the page: http://linkis.com/BHzqm
Goldman Sachs just exploited a loophole in a set of rules mandated to the firm's partners that prohibit them from contributing to the Donald Trump campaign. Conveniently, the loophole excludes barring contributions to the Hillary Clinton campaign. Fortune explains:
New rules governing how partnerships will be audited beginning in 2018 were issued on Thursday by the IRS, Pensions & Investments reported on Friday. Aimed at making it easier for the IRS to audit and collect taxes from partnerships, the new approach shifts responsibility to the partnership from...
Donations to Hillary Clinton allowed under new directive (Infowars) – Goldman Sachs has banned high-ranking employees from donating money to the Trump campaign while conveniently leaving a loophole to allow continued donations to Hillary Clinton. The emailed memo shows that all partners across...
Goldman Sachs, the investment bank that paid Hillary Clinton hundreds of thousands of dollars for speeches, is now preventing partners of the firm to donate money to Donald Trump’s campaign. The new rule bans the firm’s 467 partners from providing donations to “any federal candidate who is a...
Wall Street giant Goldman Sachs enacted new rules on September 1st for all partners at the firm. The new rules don’t allow partners to donate to specific campaigns, including the Trump-Pence campaign. Politico broke the news of the new rules. The company states that the new rules are to ensure that...
Officially, participants of the Trump tech summit remain mum. But the irrepressible Kara Swisher has a trove of tidbits from the Trump Tower meeting.
Trump transition adviser Omarosa Manigault stands with Shirley Husar, an RNC delegate from California in the lobby at Trump Tower on December 16, 2016 in New York. / AFP / Bryan R. Smith Get premium, high resolution news photos at Getty Images
WorldTribune The Chinese tycoon who is on a Hollywood spending spree sent a message to President-elect Donald Trump: 20,000 jobs will stay in the U.S.
The improving U.S. jobs market has been marred by stubbornly slow growth in wages, but recent results from companies show the outlook for some workers may be brightening.
A little-known factor behind the Cardinal's stunning ascent: the unusual ways in which Stanford finances its football program.
Among the lives on the line in the spread of Ebola outside West Africa is that of Excalibur, a stricken Spanish medical worker’s 12-year-old dog, who Madrid regional authorities want to euthanize.
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