Goldman Sachs Taking it Easy on Junior Bankers

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Oct. 29 (Bloomberg) -- In "Company News," Bloomberg's Scarlet Fu reports on the top stories of the day. She speaks on Bloomberg Television's "Bloomberg Surveillance."

I have done a lot of interviews in germany.

When you are in germany, the first thing they ask you about his privacy.

Always great.

David kirkpatrick.

We will do an eight hour show today.

Company news.

Striking a deal over immigration violations.

The indian software exporter reaching a settlement into an investigation of an abuse of visas.

It had reserved 35 billion dollars for a potential settlement.

Goldman sachs wants the junior bankers to take a break over the weekend i'm hoping more predictable work environment will keep them at goldman sachs for longer.

They were set -- they set up a task force to explore the issue.

Ubs said it may not reach the profit target.

The miss would be due to regulator demands that all four capital for risk related to regulation.

The goal of reaching 15% return on equity in 2015 will be delayed a year unless the capital demand is dropped.

Reporting profit that topped analyst estimates.

Solid quarter on an operating level across the board.

At the same time we have been able to address some of the latest issues.

Overall a good quarter.

Analyst at ubs restructuring and cost-cutting programs are on track.

That is today's company news.

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