Wang, Jiakou Wang, Jian Wang, Pengfei Wang, Shingyi Ward, Michael Robert Wascher, William Waugh, Mike Weber, Roberto Weber, Sebastian Wedow, Michael Weerapana, Alika Wei, Thomas Welsch, Heinz Werker, Eric West, James West, Kenneth Whitfield, Keith Whitten, Gregory Wilkening, Tom Williams, Mike Williams, Smith Winfree, Jason Winkelried
, Diego Wooders, John Wu, Jason Xiao, Erte Xu, Yi Daniel Yamori, Nobuyoshi Yan, Jia Yan, Jianye Yates, Andrew Yoruk, Baris Zanchettin, Piercarlo Zanetti, Francesco Zavodny, Madeline Zhang, Tianyu Zhao, Kai Zhu, Jun Ziliak, James Zoli, Edda
Blankfein, Cohn, Winkelried
and Viniair each have agreed that, with certain exceptions, until the earlier of October 1, 2011 and the date of redemption of all of our 10% Cumulative Perpetual Preferred Stock, Series G (Series G Preferred Stock), whether or not he continues to be employed by us, (i) he will continue to satisfy the share retention requirements described in the preceding paragraph and (ii) he, his spouse and any of their estate planning vehicles will not dispose of more than 10% of the aggregate number of shares of Common Stock that he, his spouse and any such estate planning vehicles beneficially owned on September 28, 2008.
<p>The other senior Goldman bosses who will do without are David Viniar, the Chief Financial Officer, the two Chief Operating Officers (Jon Winkelried
and Gary Cohn), and three Vice Chairmen - Michael Evans, Michael Sherwood and John Weinberg.<p>ECONOMIC OUTPUT However, Diane Francis of Canada's National Post, in an article titled 'Goldman Sucks' pointed out that, "Goldman has set aside $16.7 billion for year-end bonuses, equivalent to the total economic output of Bolivia or Iceland.