Goldman Sachs

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Williamsburg »

Several Williamsburg and Greenpoint restaurants were involved in a small business program.

Midtown »

The fastest growth was in Brooklyn, where the number increased 77 percent.

Park Slope »

Mohammed Hossen berated ex-Goldman Sachs bigwig Matthew DeMonte and his pregnant wife, a judge found.

Greenwich Village »

Aaron Lorenzo, 25, was caught charging drinks on a woman's credit card at the Up and Down Club. 

East Williamsburg »

The Goldman Sachs banker promised to work to bridge the income inequality gap in the city.

Financial District »

Mefit Zecevic was fired a day after the storm and forced to walk home to Staten Island.

Central Harlem »

New school will help area children and revitalize neighborhood, Mayor Bloomberg says.

Downtown »

Blue Smoke is opening an outpost on Vesey Street in Battery Park City.

Downtown »

Occupy Wall Street protesters decried Goldman Sachs, which has earned the nickname "Vampire Squid."

Harlem »

Carver Federal Savings was forced to sell ownership of the bank for over $50 million.

Downtown »

Chef Francois Payard said his landlord, Goldman Sachs, has still not installed a phone line in his new cafe a week after it was supposed to open.

Downtown »

Five corporations are pushing the DOT to reopen the Vesey Street crosswalk, near the World Trade Center site.

Harlem »

Carver Federal Savings Bank raised $55 million, allowing it to continue serving low-income communities.

Downtown »

The Shake Shack at 215 Murray St. will be open seven days a week from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m.