Call it Goldman Apps.
The New York Post reports that Goldman Sachs is planning to roll out a new messaging and social-networking service by July, complete with its own app store for add-ons, The Post has learned.
The service, called Symphony, will allow workers across Wall Street to communicate with one another, and incorporates instant messaging, chat forums, Twitter and internal feeds.
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Goldman Sachs to debut new social-networking service
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