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Wall Street: Goldman Sachs / Hearings / A Discussion #964100

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Apr 27, 2010
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(Studio: Sanjay Gupta) Report introduced.

(Washington: Tom Foreman) The Senate grilling of Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein & others featured; scenes shown from the hearings. [Senators Carl LEVIN, WOMAN, John McCAIN - criticize Goldman Sachs.] [Former Goldman executive Daniel SPARKS†, other MEN, CEO Lloyd BLANKFEIN†- respond vaguely.]

(Studio: Sanjay Gupta; Washington: Christine Romans) The Goldman Sachs testimony before the Senate & the coming of new Wall Street regulations discussed. [In interview, BLANKFEIN - outlines what he testified about: we share some burden; states we were part of a system & financed companies too leveraged & led to the bubble that broke.]

(Studio: Sanjay Gupta; Washington: Ali Velshi) The long day of hearings that were like a prize fight with Levin being relentless & notes the double-dealing charges against the company discussed.

Gupta, Sanjay;
Foreman, Tom;
Romans, Christine;
Velshi, Ali

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