• Man Accused of Stealing $1 Million in Wine From Goldman CEO Jumps to His Death

    12 days ago - By Fortune

    A former personal assistant to Goldman Sachs Group Inc. Chief Executive Officer David Solomon killed himself on the afternoon he was to plead guilty to stealing more than $1 million in rare wine from his former boss.
    Nicolas De-Meyer, 41, jumped from his room on the 33rd floor of the Carlyle Hotel on East 76th Street around 2:30 pm Tuesday, New York City police said - the exact time he was scheduled to plead guilty in federal court in Manhattan to interstate transportation of stolen property in connection with the theft.
    De-Meyer, who worked for Solomon from 2008 until November 2016, was...
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  • Man Accused of Stealing $1 Million in Wine From Goldman CEO Jumps to His Death

    12 days ago - By Fortune

    A former personal assistant to Goldman Sachs Group Inc. Chief Executive Officer David Solomon killed himself on the afternoon he was to plead guilty to stealing more than $1 million in rare wine from his former boss.
    Nicolas De-Meyer, 41, jumped from his room on the 33rd floor of the Carlyle Hotel on East 76th Street around 2:30 pm Tuesday, New York City police said - the exact time he was scheduled to plead guilty in federal court in Manhattan to interstate transportation of stolen property in connection with the theft.
    De-Meyer, who worked for Solomon from 2008 until November 2016, was...
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  • An ex-aide to Goldman Sachs' CEO who was accused of stealing $1.2 million worth of wine jumped to his death from the 33rd floor of a swanky New York hotel

    An ex-aide to Goldman Sachs' CEO who was accused of stealing $1.2 million worth of wine jumped to his death from the 33rd floor of a swanky New York hotel

    12 days ago - By Business Insider

    Nicolas De-Meyer, a former personal assistant to Goldman Sachs CEO David Solomon, jumped to his death from a window in the Carlyle Hotel on Tuesday, according to media reports.
    Before his death, De-Meyer was set to plead guilty on charges of stealing more than $1.2 million in vintage wine from his former boss.
    A former personal assistant to Goldman Sachs CEO David Solomon jumped to his death on Tuesday before he was scheduled to plead guilty to charges of stealing more than $1.2 million in rare wine from his former boss.
    Nicolas De-Meyer, 41, leapt from a window on the 33rd floor of the...
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  • An ex-aide to Goldman Sachs' CEO who was accused of stealing $1.2 million worth of wine jumped to his death from the 33rd floor of a swanky New York hotel

    An ex-aide to Goldman Sachs' CEO who was accused of stealing $1.2 million worth of wine jumped to his death from the 33rd floor of a swanky New York hotel

    12 days ago - By Business Insider

    Nicolas De-Meyer, a former personal assistant to Goldman Sachs CEO David Solomon, jumped to his death from a window in the Carlyle Hotel on Tuesday, according to media reports.
    Before his death, De-Meyer was set to plead guilty on charges of stealing more than $1.2 million in vintage wine from his former boss.
    A former personal assistant to Goldman Sachs CEO David Solomon jumped to his death on Tuesday before he was scheduled to plead guilty to charges of stealing more than $1.2 million in rare wine from his former boss.
    Nicolas De-Meyer, 41, leapt from a window on the 33rd floor of the...
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