Cohan: Viniar Will Go Down in History for Big Short

Sept. 19 (Bloomberg) -- Goldman Sachs Group Inc. Chief Financial Officer David A. Viniar, who guided the firm through its 1999 initial public offering and the 2008 financial crisis, will end his 32-year career as an employee in January. Bloomberg View Columnist and Contributing Editor Bill Cohan reports on Bloomberg Television's "Market Makers." (Source: Bloomberg)
Greece Backs Tsipras’s Rejection of Further Austerity
44:15 - Greece voted against yielding to further austerity demanded by creditors, leaving Europe’s leaders to determine if the nation can remain in the euro. In other developments, outspoken Greek Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis resigned, giving Greece a chance to lower the temperature on its often confrontational interactions with other European countries.
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