John S. Weinberg, whose family helped run Goldman Sachs Group Inc. for more than a century, is retiring after 32 years with the company. A vice chairman since 2006, Mr. Weinberg will stay on as a senior director, Goldman’s Chief Executive Lloyd Blankfein and President Gary Cohn wrote Monday in an email to workers.
Goldman Sachs Vice Chairman John Weinberg to Retire
Weinberg, whose father and grandfather also held top roles at the bank, spent 32 years at Goldman
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