CNBC Original takes a revealing look at Wall Street’s most powerful and profitable bank fighting to restore its reputation through a one-hour documentary reported by CNBC is David Faber.
CNBC takes viewers inside the firm is tightly knit corporate culture of extraordinarily driven professionals to help explain both its success and the reasons why it is come under such widespread criticism. The program looks at how Goldman Sachs’ aggressive trading culture has come under scrutiny both in Washington, D.C. and on Main Street, amid accusations that the investment bank misled investors. Faber reveals how Goldman Sachs benefited from controversial deals before, during and after the global economic crisis. The one-hour documentary also considers Goldman Sachs’ unparalleled presence in Washington. Numerous executives from Henry Paulson to Robert Rubin and Jon Corzine have left Goldman Sachs over the years to take on influential roles in government. Faber speaks to critics who question whether the firm’s presence in Washington gave it an unfair advantage in surviving the global financial crisis.
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