Goldman Says Due Diligence ‘Not Our Job’ in Dragon SaleBob Van Voris
Goldman Sachs Group Inc.’s lawyer said it wasn’t the firm’s job to do financial due diligence for its client, Dragon Systems Inc., in the company’s 2000 sale to a Belgian competitor that collapsed in an accounting scandal.
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