Goldman Sachs CEO Hit With Cultural Revolution, Overworked Millennials and Chick-Fil-A Debates

Nothing is sacred at Goldman Sachs anymore, maybe not even a dinner of Chick-fil-A.

FOX Business has learned that in 2019, first-year banking associates vigorously debated the propriety of chowing down on the fast-food chain’s popular chicken sandwiches at a planned dinner meeting at the firm’s Manhattan headquarters.

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The reason for the objections: The fundamentalist Christian views of the chain’s CEO Dan Cathy, who in 2012 came out against same-sex marriage.

Amid a backlash, Cathy clarified his remarks that those were his personal beliefs and that he and the company respect all their customers. Still, a vigorous debate among the associates ensued, with some defending the meal preference and others raising objections, according to people with direct knowledge of the matter.

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Eventually, Goldman management intervened, these people say. The verdict: Eating Chick-fil-A would be allowed, according to people with direct knowledge of the matter.


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