2010-04-16 — wsj.com
Goldman Sachs Group Inc.'s new headquarters in lower Manhattan has the kind of amenities befitting masters of Wall Street. The $2.1 billion steel-and-glass building has giant murals, opera-house ceiling heights, and a gym with overachiever fitness classes, like "Awesome Abs."
But a new class of haves and have-nots has emerged—even at Goldman where the notion of have-nots is relative. Outside offices are now reserved only for the firm's more than 300 elite partners. Managing directors, next down in the Goldman hierarchy, almost always get windowless inside offices.
tvsterling at 00:51 2010-04-18 said:The Cathedral of Mammon. High priests get the outside offices & the monks toil away in the belly of the beast. I guess Blankfein is their pope. Permalink
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