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Friday June 22, 2018

Goldman Sachs Employees Restricted from Using Electronic Profanity

New York's Goldman Sachs has told its employees that using profanity in electronic messages is no longer tolerated, which applies to all of its 34,000 traders, investment bankers and other employees. According to an article on in The Wall Street Journal, there is no written report spelling out what curses aren't allowed by the company, however screening tools are in place to detect acronyms as well. 

The Wall Street Journal

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