HereIsTheCity reports that the mystery behind a Twitter account posting comments heard in elevators at Goldman Sachs has been resolved.
He said he deliberately never said in any of his tweets that he worked for the firm. “This was never about me as a person,” he said. “It wasn’t about a firm. The stories aren’t Goldman Sachs in particular. It was about the culture in general.”
Here are some example tweets from @GSElevator:
#1: I just want to be rich enough to not be motivated by money.
If someone asks you a question and you don’t know the answer, belittle them. It’s better to be an asshole than stupid.
If there’s a hot chick behind me at the ATM, I’ll always leave my receipt in the machine so she can see my balance.