Goldman ditches robo-investing for masses in sale to Betterment

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Goldman Sachs Group Inc. is closing down its automated-investing business for the masses after clinching a deal with Betterment. The bank has struck an agreement to transfer clients and their assets from the unit known as Marcus Invest to Betterment, a $45 billion digital investment-advisory firm. The transfer is expected to be completed by the […]



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