Wednesday's Headlines: Goldman's Bankers Taking the Spotlight Away from Traders

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Investment bankers at Goldman Sachs are sitting pretty once again as the bank reemphasizes deal making. [WSJ]

Rothschild and SocGen are expanding in North America with new offices and strong deal-making activity in the oil and gas sector. [Financial News]

A growing number of investors believe hedge funds have become too conservative and boring. [Reuters]

Lawrence Clark, a top manager at embattled Harbinger Capital Partners, has left to start his own fund. [Dealbook]

Miami is increasingly becoming a financial hub, drawing investment firms and hedge funds. [Finalternatives]

Manhattan apartment rents increased nearly 6 percent in 2010. [Bloomberg]

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