Josh and I did a tag team radio interview yesterday:

A guy named Greg Smith — who until today worked at Goldman Sachs — did the print equivalent of the same thing this morning. Quit, very publicly, blasting his former employer in the process. In an op-ed in the New York Times, Smith said — among other things — that Goldman is toxic and destructive. That it puts profits ahead of clients, you get the picture. Pretty much burned that bridge right down. We’re gonna take a minute and dissect what Smith said — and how true it might be — with Barry Ritholtz. He’s the CEO at Fusion IQ. And Josh Brown of Fusion Analytics and a regular on our morning show. Guys, good to have you here.

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One Response to “Marketplace Radio: Goldman Quit Brouhaha”

  1. Not League of their own — that was from Bull Durham!

    I realized over dinner I used the wrong film title . . . .