S&P Can See Geithner Book Notes in U.S. Ratings LawsuitEdvard Pettersson
Standard & Poor’s must be given unredacted copies of former Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner’s notes for his book, a judge said in a ruling that may boost the ratings company’s effort to prove it was sued by the government in retaliation for downgrading U.S. debt in 2011.
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