Faculty News | | 16 Aug 2010
Goldman Undercuts Rivals in GM IPO as It Loses Top Role
Re: Samuel Hayes
"The fact the other banks are furious at Goldman is not surprising," said Samuel Hayes, a professor emeritus of investment banking at Harvard Business School in Boston. "They feel it gave the government a real lever to force down fees on the underwriters. But the deal still has a lot of marquee value."

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