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Footnoted: Goldman's Curious Partnership

A joint footnoted/New York Times analysis shows just how male, American and rich the Goldman partners really are.

footnoted.com, 01/19/2011

There's long been an air of mystery surrounding the top echelon at Goldman Sachs GS--its so-called "partners," a hold-over from the days before the company was publicly traded--including just who is a member at any given time.

Now, thanks to a joint footnoted/New York Times analysis, we know just how male, American and rich the Goldman partners really are.

Check it out at footnoted.com.

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