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Goldman Sachs' Surprising Decision To Represent A-Rod

Aug 2, 2013

"Bucks are bucks."

New York - eTrueSports has learned that controversial Wall Street investment firm Goldman Sachs will represent soon-to-be-banned Alex Rodriguez in financial negotiations with the Yankees regarding the remaining $100 million on his contract.
"Goldman knows all about mortgaging other people's futures," said a source close to the company who added the decision to rep A-Rod was "of a piece" with the company's decision announced today to continue doing business with billionaire investor Steven Cohen's ethically and legally challenged hedge fund SAC Capital Advisors.
"Goldman doesn't see itself as rapacious, ethically challenged or truth adverse," explained the source who asked not to be identified. "And neither does A-Rod.
"Bucks are bucks."   

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Reader Responses
Aug 2, 2013 1:31 PM
sportywind
Bucks are bucks and Ducks are ducks, Happy, happy, happy....and money, money, money....it all sells when it's hot. 
Aug 2, 2013 11:54 AM
StevieC
Big G's Lloyd Blankfein is not an ethically-free greedhead, he's simply a once young man, now bald and none-too-pretty, who loves baseball.  Give him a break!
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