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A slump in Goldman Sachs' long-dominant trading business has sharpened questions about the Wall Street kingpin's strategy as technological change disrupts the finance industry.Long associated with the super rich and powerful, Goldman Sachs has been involved in complex and sometimes controversial transactions and dealings.FICC has long been a key profit center at Goldman and helped launch the rise of top brass such as Chief Executive LLoyd Blankfein, president and co-chief operating officer Harvey Schwartz and chief financial officer Martin Chavez.Goldman Sachs has argued that trading remains a viable business, which will pick up in times of market volatility.
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