Friday, January 15, 2010

What the Financial Crisis Commission Should Ask

"On the eve of the first hearing of the Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission, which will query the chiefs of the biggest U.S. banks on the causes of the financial crisis, The New York Times’s Andrew Ross Sorkin has some questions of his own.

In his latest DealBook column, Mr. Sorkin has drawn up a list of questions that the commission might want to consider posing to the likes of Goldman Sachs’s Lloyd C. Blankfein and Morgan Stanley’s John J. Mack when they convene in Washington on Wednesday."

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