Lloyd Craig Blankfein is an American business executive. He is the CEO and Chairman of Goldman Sachs and is currently listed by Forbes at number 36 of the most powerful people in the world.
In the hierarchy U.S. financial institutions, Goldman Sachs is certainly near the top of the list, but its CEO Lloyd Blankfein has not enjoyed top monetary compensation as head of such a prominent organization in the last four years — at least compared to his rival bank CEOs. This year, though, he is about to regain his status as the top-paid CEO among the U.S.’s most major financial institutions.
Goldman Sachs today beat Wall Street forecasts for its fourth-quarter earnings, largely thanks to paying its bankers less.
NEW YORK/SEATTLE (Reuters) - Three of the top 20 investors in Microsoft Corp are lobbying the board to press for Bill Gates to step down as chairman of the software company he co-founded 38 years ago, according to people familiar with matter.
NEW YORK, July 2 (Reuters) - The second quarter was likely tough for Wall Street bank profits as markets weakened globally and merger advisory revenue dropped, leading analysts to lower their profit estimates in recent days.
Some of Britain's most influential business leaders make the case for EU membership.
Jamie Dimon, the chief of JPMorgan Chase, is seeking advice from Lloyd Blankfein as he wrestles with the fallout from a big trading loss. Not long ago, he was the one offering guidance.