How Goldman Execs Screwed Their Clients and Lied to Congress

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Many of the earlier criminals implicated in the financial crisis, like Washington Mutual and subprime lender Countrywide, went under. "But Goldman," writes Taibbi "remains an ascendant company precisely because it used its canny perception of an upcoming disaster (one which it helped create, incidentally) as an opportunity to enrich itself, not only at the expense of clients but ultimately, through the bailouts and the collateral damage of the wrecked economy, at the expense of society."

Read the full story: The People vs. Goldman Sachs: A Senate committee has laid out the evidence. Now the Justice Department should bring criminal charges by Matt Taibbi

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