Michelle`s wardrobe advisor to be honoured

Michelle`s wardrobe advisor will be awarded the Legend of Fashion Award.

Ex-Goldman exec Rajat Gupta quits Sberbank`s board

Rajat Gupta, a former director at Goldman Sachs, quit the supervisory board at Sberbank, Russia`s biggest lender, but remains a strategic adviser to the board, Sberbank said on Thursday.

Bonus tax: Goldman plans to move out of London

The failed US financial services
giant Goldman Sachs is looking at whether to move some of its
operations out of London, following the introduction of 50 per
cent bonus tax in Britain, says a media report.

Goldman to buy 9.4% of Max for $116 mn: Reports

Goldman Sachs will pick up a 9.4 percent stake in Max India for 5.4 billion rupees (USD 116 million), reports said on Sunday, citing the outcome of a board meeting held on Saturday.

Goldman faces lawsuit over anticipated bonuses

Goldman Sachs Group Inc is being sued by an institutional investor who claims the firm is preparing to pay out improper bonuses.

Goldman sees India`s real GDP growth at 8.2% in FY11

India`s real GDP growth in 2010-11 is likely to be 8.2%, on back of acceleration in domestic demand, esp infra-led investment, Goldman Sachs said.

Big shareholders ask Goldman to cut bonuses: Report

Some of Goldman Sachs Group Inc`s (GS.N) largest shareholders have asked the company to cut the size of its bonus pool and pass along more of its profits to investors.

Goldman owed USD 1bn if CIT fails

Goldman Sachs Group Inc (GS.N) would be due a payment of about $1 billion if troubled commercial lender CIT Group (CIT.N) were to file for Chapter 11 bankruptcy, according to a source familiar with the matter.

Anger against huge exec payouts `appropriate`: Goldman chief

At a time when
exorbitant executive compensation has ruffled many feathers
worldwide, Goldman Sachs Chief Lloyd Blankfein has said public
anger against such huge payouts is "understandable and

Goldmans, ICE seek FMC nod to sell stakes in NCDEX

Goldman Sachs Investments and US-based Intercontinental Exchange (ICE) have sought approval from the commodity market regulator to sell some of their stakes in the National Commodity and Derivatives Exchange to a company.