DJ D-Sol is known for getting dancefloors in New York and Miami moving with pop-house tracks such as Electric, which he produced with singer Hayley May. But last week he abruptly turned down the volume on the working-from-home party.
DJ D-Sol is better known as David Solomon, chief executive of Goldman Sachs. The 59-year-old investment banker put 38,000 staff at the Wall Street giant on notice: once the pandemic ends, they will need to get back to their desks.
Solomon, who took over from Lloyd Blankfein in October 2018, said that working from home (WFH), which has become the norm for billions of white-collar workers, was a “temporary thing”. “I do think that for a business like ours, an innovative, collaborative, apprenticeship culture, this is