The News: Goldman's Quarterly Compensation Pegged At $5.3 Billion

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In what may be an unfortunate bit of timing - at least as far as the public relations staff is concerned - over the weekend came word that analysts expect Goldman Sachs to accrue some $5.3 billion in salaries and bonuses for a quarter's work. That comes out to about $168,000 per head, though some traders are going to see a lot more than that. London's Sunday Times says the predicted payout is in line with 2007's.

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