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(Studio: Elizabeth Vargas) Report introduced.
(New York: Betsy Stark) The investigation of powerful Wall Street analyst Jack Grubman, who may have recommended AT&T stock to please his boss Citigroup CEO Sandy Weill so Weill would persuade an exclusive nursery school to admit Grubman's twin daughters, reviewed; details given from Grubman-Weill memos. ["The Manhattan Directory of Private Nursery Schools" author Victoria GOLDMAN- assesses nursery school applications.] [Columbia University law school professor John COFFEE- assesses Weill's pressure on Grubman to change his opinion.]
- Vargas, Elizabeth;
- Stark, Betsy
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