According to a regulatory filing made by Goldman Sachs, it now views negative public opinion, listed as “adverse publicity”, as a part of a list of factors that could pose risk to the its core business, reports American Banking News.
What's their game plan to try and turn the adverse publicity around? Goldman is attempting to win over public opinion by acknowledging mistakes, writes ABN. WTF? Oh yeah, "acknowledging mistakes," that'll work.
It's like a bank robber apologizing for double parking, after he robbed a bank.
It's like Charles Manson apologizing for getting the house floors bloody, after he massacred a family.