Politics & Government

April 28, 2010

Whitman's Goldman Sachs ties become issue in California gubernatorial race

While Congress ripped into investment giant Goldman Sachs executives on Tuesday, the scandal threatened to tear the scab off a political wound in the California governor's race. Republican front-runner Meg Whitman tried again to put her prior relationship with the bank behind her, telling the Associated Press she regrets taking part in a now-banned stock sale practice involving the firm and that she left its board after 15 months because it "wasn't a good fit."

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