Goldman Asset Management Weighs on Blankfein

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Jan. 25 (Bloomberg) -- Goldman Sachs Asset Management remains a persistent problem for Goldman Sachs Group Chief Executive Lloyd Blankfein. Last June, Jim Clark, a founder of such technology icons as Netscape Communications Corp. and Silicon Graphics Inc., yanked roughly $400 million in investments from the asset manager, citing what he considered bad advice and poor performance. Clark isn’t the unit's only only unhappy investor. Bloomberg's Deirdre Bolton reports in today's Movers & Shakers. (Source: Bloomberg)


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