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Goldman Sachs Rebrands Event Previously Called "Storm The Hill"


Following Wednesday's violence on Capitol Hill, Goldman Sachs has made an ask. Goldman Sachs asked small-business owners not to wear "Storm the Hill" T-shirts. The company mailed them for an unrelated event, The Wall Street Journal reported Thursday. The virtual event, planned for January 13, is to encourage small-business owners. The plan was to pressure lawmakers to pass additional COVID-19 relief for businesses. But the bank rebranded the event after pro-Trump terrorists literally stormed the hill on Wednesday.

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