A Lawsuit Peeks Inside the Goldman Sachs 'Boys' Club'

Chen-Oster (right) and Orlich in 2010 Photograph by Richard Perry/The New York Times via Redux

Two women suing investment bank Goldman Sachs for gender discrimination filed papers on Tuesday in federal court requesting class status. The move, if granted, would allow them to press their case on behalf of all female associates and vice presidents in investment banking and securities divisions who worked at the firm since 2002, potentially opening the case up to thousands of women. In the process, the women are taking aim at the entire culture of Wall Street.

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