"A Goldman Sachs e-mail from February 2007 acknowledged that a large trade in complex mortgage-related securities would be "good for us'' but bad for several customers, including Harvard University," the Boston Globe reports. "The e-mail indicates Goldman's chief executive, Lloyd Blankfein, was sent a copy. Harvard spokesman John Longbrake confirmed the unive
"Psychologists and economists have found that while money does matter to your sense of happiness, it doesn't matter that much." Ok, whatever. What we really want to know is this: why is the Boston Globe illustrating this story with a picture of a vampire holding a stack of benjamins? Seriously. Why?