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July 06, 2012


7. Goldman World

We live in the shadow of the Goldman empire, but we have to think beyond Goldman. People think, Goldman, oh, give me a $32 salad. It's not that way. You have to stay appropriate.

— Alan Phillips, an owner of three restaurants in the area surrounding Goldman Sachs' new Battery Park headquarters known as Goldman Alley said. His establishments do about 60 percent Goldman business, but he prices for the neighborhood.

Source: NY Times: It's a Goldman World

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