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Greg Smith’s Op/Ed in The New York Times entitled “Why I Am Leaving Goldman Sachs” is the subject of much conversation and debate today. Smith attributes much of his frustration to a change in culture at the firm: “the environment now is as toxic and destructive as I have ever seen it” and says Goldman Sachs officials called clients 'muppets'. Props to CNBC's Squawk on the Street for uncovering “possible footage” from Goldman Sachs’ response to Greg Smith.
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Ecuador to Transfer More Than Half its Gold Reserves to Goldman Sachs in Exchange for “Liquidity” By Michael Krieger Global Research, June 05, 2014 Liberty Blitzkrieg 2 June 2014 Region: Latin America & Caribbean Theme: Global Economy
Not only Goldman Sachs loses important Personnel!
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'Why I Am Leaving Goldman Sachs' - Brave and brilliant Mr Smith, (former Goldman Sachs executive director and head of the firm's US equity derivatives in Europe, the Middle East & Africa). Thank you for giving us an insiders' view into what we experience only as well-targeted sound bytes intended to elicit specific responses. And thank you for setting a benchmark for people of integrity.
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Why I Am Leaving Goldman Sachs by Greg Smith, an Op-Ed in The New York Times, March 14, 2012
"Why I am leaving Goldman Sachs". Great article on NYT by former GS exec. Read here: http://www.nytimes.com/2012/03/14/opinion/why-i-am-leaving-goldman-sachs.html?_r=1&ref=opinion
On Feb. 20, 1962, John Glenn was launched into orbit aboard Friendship 7. Glenn was one of seven astronauts in America's seminal Mercury program, and this photograph, of Glenn's launch, became one of the most memorable images in the history of our space explorations.
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This image shows the launch of Friendship 7, the first American manned orbital space flight. With astronaut John Glenn aboard, the Mercury-Atlas rocket is launched from Pad 14, February 20, 1962.
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John Glenn and Friendship 7 - 50 year anniversary. This is John Glenn's official Space Shuttle STS-95 crew portrait. Glenn and the rest of his crew launched aboard Discovery in 1998, making him America's oldest astronaut.
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Happy 93rd Birthday to a great American, John Glenn. #JohnGlenn - http://www.iloveusa.com/events/happy-93rd-birthday-great-american-john-glenn-johnglenn/?utm_source=Pinterest&utm_medium=pinterest.com%2Filoveusa&utm_campaign=SNAP%2Bfrom%2BILoveUSA.com
"The most important thing we can do is inspire young minds and to advance the kind of science, math and technology education that will help youngsters take us to the next phase of space travel." - John Glenn (1921 - ) Retired United States Marine Corps pilot, astronaut, and United States senator from Ohio.
1998 ~ John Glenn, thirty-six years after becoming the first American astronaut to orbit the earth, becomes the oldest astronaut in space at seventy-seven years old. His role on the Space Shuttle Discovery flight tests the effect of space travel on aging.
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"Get help and don't wait. I think people put it off too long until it becomes a major problem for them. I think hearing loss sneaks up on you so gradually that a lot of people don't realize that their hearing loss is not what it used to be and so it causes a lot of problems and confusion." ~ John Glenn - United States Marine Corps pilot, astronaut, and United States senator.
During his time aboard the Space Shuttle Discovery, Glenn shoots photographs of the Earth.
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October, 1998: STS-95 Payload Specialist John Glenn positions himself to take photos from the Discovery's aft flight deck windows on Flight Day 3. NASA photo
October 29, 1998: John H. Glenn, Jr., first American to orbit the Earth in 1962, returned to space as a payload specialist aboard Space Shuttle Discovery STS-95. At 77 years of age, he became the oldest person to fly in space. This photo was taken on flight day 3. | Photo credit: NASA
John Glenn and Friendship 7 - 50 year anniversary. Glenn shakes hands with President John F. Kennedy, who presented the astronaut with NASA's Distinguished Service Award. Standing behind Glenn is his wife Annie.
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President John F. Kennedy shakes hands with Astronaut John H. Glenn Jr. after presenting him with the NASA Distinguished Service Award. Glenn's wife stands behind him.
On Feb. 20, 1962, astronaut John Glenn flew aboard Friendship 7, becoming the first American to orbit the Earth. Before he could fly into space, though, he had to get in his capsule, which he does in this photograph taken just prior to launch.
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Digitally Restored Photo of Astronaut John Glenn Entering the Friendship 7 Spacecraft Photographic Print at AllPosters.com
Mercury Atlas 6 John Glenn Enters Friendship 7 Spacecraft | February 20, 1962
John Glenn and Friendship 7 - 50 year anniversary. Glenn traveled around the Earth three times during his mission. Here, we see him in flight aboard Friendship 7 on Feb. 20, 1962.
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John Glenn and Friendship 7 - 50 years anniversary. All seven of the Mercury astronauts pose for a photograph on Dec. 3, 1962. In the front row, from left to right are Wally Schirra, Deke Slayton, John Glenn, and Scott Carpenter. In the back row, from left to right, are Alan Shepard, Gus Grisson, and Gordo Cooper.
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We wanted to know everything about the the Mercury Seven Astronauts in 1960 while they prepared for space travel. Back row: Shepard, Grissom, Cooper; front row: Schirra, Slayton, Glenn, Carpenter. This was the only photo they appeared together in their pressure suits and was taken in 1960.
Project Mercury: America's 1st Manned Space Program ~ The National Aeronautics and Space Administration came into being on October 1, 1958. NASA announced the seven Project Mercury Astronauts on April 9, 1959, only six months later. They are: (front, l to r) Walter H. Schirra, Jr., Donald K. Slayton, John H. Glenn, Jr., and Scott Carpenter; (back, l to r) Alan B. Shepard, Jr., Virgil I. Gus Grissom, and L. Gordon Cooper.
Project Mercury astronauts at Langley Air Force Base, Virginia: (top, left to right) Alan Shepard, Gus Grissom, Gordon Cooper; (bottom left to right) Wally Schirra, Deke Slayton, John Glenn and Scott Carpenter. (Ralph Morse—Time & Life Pictures/Getty Images)
John Glenn and Friendship 7 - 50 years anniversary
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In this Feb. 20, 1962 photograph, Glenn smiles after the completion of his three-orbit mission into space. Although the mission was a success, it was nearly a disaster. During his re-entry into the Earth's atmosphere, a warning light went on that indicated his capsule's heat shield was loose.