Telephone lines were open for comments on the Securities and Exchange Commission fraud charges against Goldman Sachs. Louise Story, New… read more
Telephone lines were open for comments on the Securities and Exchange Commission fraud charges against Goldman Sachs.
Louise Story, New York Times Business Reporter, talked by telephone about exactly what the charges mean for Goldman Sachs and what happens next.
Susan Ferrechio talked by telephone about the contentious confirmation hearing of federal appeals court nominee Goodwin Liu in the Senate Judiciary Committee and if it serves as a template for the partisan fight likely to follow over the next Supreme Court nominee. close
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
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- Susan Ferrechio Chief Correspondent Washington Examiner->Congress
- Louise Story Reporter New York Times->Business
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