Cover-up, not crime

27 January 2010 By Richard Beales

The U.S. Treasury chief endured congressional questioning that ran the gamut from spoton to grandstanding. How AIG counterparties got paid remains controversial. But the New York Fed’s apparent inclination to obscure the outcome may turn out to be Geithner’s bigger problem.

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