If you can’t fight the federal government, you may as well pay ’em. Especially if you’re Goldman Sachs. In recent days, Wall Street has been abuzz with speculation that Goldman attorneys have entered preliminary talks with the Securities and Exchange Commission with the hopes of settling the outstanding federal fraud charges now facing the company. Executives at the New York City-based investment bank have offered similar hints.

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