Ex-S&P Analyst Who Warned Bosses Says He’s No Whistle-Blower

Ex-S&P Analyst Who Warned Bosses Says He’s No Whistle-Blower

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A pedestrian passes in front of Standard & Poor's headquarters in New York. S&P developed a new model in 2004 that would generate more accurate ratings for mortgage bonds, called “LEVELS 6.0,” according to the government lawsuit.