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Split splat

15 September 2011 By Antony Currie

The chairman’s departure isn’t a terrible thing. But adding his duties to CEO James Gorman’s already full slate is unfortunate when investors haven’t fully embraced his strategy. It also frees other banks to unify the roles and legitimizes the status quo at Goldman. Too bad.

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