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Will Women Ever Get A Shot at Leading Goldman?

Ask its next top man
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In January the co-president of Goldman Sachs Group Inc. said at a conference that the bank needs to do a better job elevating women to top posts. “You make progress, but the progress as you’re looking at it day-to-day feels slow, and it feels slow because you’re a big organization,” David Solomon told the Women in Corporate Leadership Initiative. He couldn’t give a good reason when

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