Goldman tells workers to clean up their e-mails

07/29/2010 | Wall Street Journal, The

Bosses at Goldman Sachs have decided that their workers should stop swearing so much. The company, embarrassed by profanities in e-mails brought to light during recent Senate hearings, has instructed workers to make sure their internal communications use appropriate language. Other companies already have similar policies in place, with Bloomberg even passing employees' e-mails through software that refuses to send messages that contain dirty words.

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