The head of Goldman Sachs just blasted off another tweet seemingly slamming the president.
Goldman Sachs stock price is rocketing upwards, as President-elect Donald Trump stacks his administration with bankers and former employees from the firm.
Trump hammered Goldman Sachs and its Chief Executive Officer Lloyd Blankfein during the presidential campaign.
The database provides names, banks, trusts and other entities participating in offshore tax shelters.
The pact stems from the firm's conduct from 2007 to 2009 when investors suffered billions in losses.
Hillary Clinton has earned more than $20 million for 92 paid speeches since leaving government in 2013.
Neel Kashkari, a Goldman Sachs executive, called for Congress to take radical action to protect taxpayers.
Bernie Sanders has criticized Clinton for her close ties to Wall Street.
The confidential information provided Goldman a window into the New York Fed's private insights, the New York Times reported
Mark Lefevre never worked for Goldman and has been accused of stealing jokes
John LeFevre, the man behind the popular @GSElevator Twitter handle, never worked at the company
“We are pleased to report that the official ban on talking in elevators will be lifted effective immediately,” the company said