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U.K. regulator fines Goldman $31m

Sep 9, 2010
Goldman Sachs has been fined following fraud allegations -- again. This time, it happened in the U.K. The British financial regulator has slapped a $31 million fine on the investment bank. London bureau chief Stephen Beard talks with Bill Radke about why it's being fined.

Goldman Sachs, SEC deal could lead to other bank settlements

Jul 16, 2010
Goldman Sachs' half-billion dollar settlement with the Securities and Exchange Commission could lead to similar deals with other big-player banks.

SEC considers settling lawsuit against Goldman

Jul 15, 2010
The Securities and Exchange Commission is talking to Goldman Sachs about settling its lawsuit against the bank over its actions during the housing collapse.

Complex trading is just like gambling

Jun 30, 2010
Hillary A. Sale, law and business professor at Washington University, talks with Steve Chiotakis about whether it's difficult to prosecute derivatives trading and what she's watching closely about cases coming down the pike.

New York attorney general leads investigation into Wall Street banks

May 13, 2010
New York Attorney General Andrew Cuomo is investigating whether eight Wall Street banks misled rating agencies, the latest of a string of federal inquiries into the practices of leading financial institutions.

A criminal probe for Goldman Sachs

Apr 30, 2010
Following the SEC's civil case of fraud, federal prosecutors want to start a criminal investigation into Goldman Sachs. But a criminal case could be more difficult to prove than a civil one. Nancy Marshall Genzer reports.

Why investors trade with Goldman

Apr 28, 2010
At a Senate hearing, Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein was asked if his bank had an obligation to tell clients they were being sold a shoddy product. Blankein said investors knew what they were getting into. If he's right, why would anyone want to bet against them? Jeremy Hobson reports.

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Executives deny Goldman Sachs fraud

Apr 28, 2010
Top-level Goldman Sachs bankers denied any wrongdoing in the Senate when faced with charges of fraud. The investigation continues into the legality of their actions leading up to the financial crisis. Nancy Marshall Genzer reports.

Will Goldman drama impact reform?

Apr 27, 2010
Goldman Sachs officials appeared at a Senate hearing, defending themselves against fire over some of the trades the bank was involved in leading up to the financial crisis. The hearing is unrelated to the SEC'S fraud investigation, but the topic was still front and center.

Goldman Sachs faces Congress

Apr 27, 2010
Goldman Sachs executives are testifying on Capitol Hill on the SEC's fraud charges and e-mails that indicate the investment bank knew the housing market would crash. Stacey Vanek-Smith explores the case with Gillian Tett of The Financial Times.
Fabrice Tourre, executive director of the structured products group trading for The Goldman Sachs Group, prepares to testify before the Senate -- April 27, 2010
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