Economy

October 10, 2010 12:01 AM

How Hank Paulson's inaction helped Goldman Sachs

Former Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson has been criticized because $12. 9 billion in federal bailout money went to Goldman Sachs, his former employer. But there's been little scrutiny of the actions he didn't take to stop the housing bubble — and how that also benefited Goldman Sachs.

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