This mid-level executive, who served Goldman Sachs for 10 years, let the company face major troubles when he resigned from his job. On the last of his job, he published an article in the New York Times, which ripped the company, and clearly through his views asserted that for the company, the customers are simply like the muppets.
However, he was admired by all in the industry, but he also flashed a counterattack after a few of the insiders asserted that he might have taken up this step because of not being made the MD and never able to achieve more than $750,000.
Still there are no reasons, as to why he took such steps and made such an exit from the firm. But more surprising is that his Journal on Why I Left Goldman Sachs, will be published on October 22.
However, the question that arises is that is such a small duration of seven months enough to write out a book on the experiences in the firm. It has been simply seven months, since he resigned from his post and the book?
But it is being suspected that he might be working on his book before, he must have actually even planned to step down.
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