Back in early 2008, star Goldman internet analyst Anthony Noto left his job to become the CFO of the NFL.
It was nice timing — he left just before things got really ugly on Wall Street — and, frankly, being the CFO of the NFL sounds like a football fan’s dream job.
Anyway, he’s leaving the NFL and going back to Goldman Sachs, according to CNBC’s Darren Rovell.
He’ll be the co-head of Goldman’s global media group.
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