Blankfein: “I Would’ve Considered Public Service”

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Bloomberg Markets and Finance published this video item, entitled “Blankfein: “I Would’ve Considered Public Service”” – below is their description.

After holding one of the most powerful jobs in Corporate America, Lloyd Blankfein was hoping for a second career in Washington. As he says, “What else is left?” In this interview excerpt the former chairman and CEO of Goldman Sachs shares his disappointment at finding that door closed. He also describes his habits and diversions in retirement. Blankfein spoke exclusively with Bloomberg’s Erik Schatzker. (Source: Bloomberg)

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