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Goldman CEO: Senate Hearing Was 'Humbling'

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Goldman CEO: Senate Hearing Was 'Humbling'

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Goldman CEO: Senate Hearing Was 'Humbling'

Goldman CEO: Senate Hearing Was 'Humbling'

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Goldman Sachs heard more than 10 hours of grilling, lecturing and vitriol from senators on Capitol Hill earlier this week. The 140-year-old firm is fighting to maintain its reputation as being the smart leader and venerable institution of Wall Street.

In an interview with NPR's Michele Norris, CEO Lloyd Blankfein talks about lessons learned, the road ahead, and the relationship between Washington and Wall Street. The Senate hearing, he tells Norris, was "a humbling experience."

Read more from the interview at NPR's Planet Money blog.