Tuesday, April 12, 2005

Greenberg, Buffet, and AIG

Well there were no surprises yesterday (see post here)  - the press tells that Greenberg will be silent; Buffett on the other hand talked, but said little. (NYTimesWall Street Jrl)  And if they are asking Buffett about a telephone call from Nov. 2000, then one can certainly imagine why Greenberg chose to take the 5th. (some of us with a lot less on our plates in comparison to these men, can't remember what they ate for dinner 3 weeks ago, nonetheless a telephone conversation over 4 years ago.) So where is Spitzer going, who are the targets, who are the witnesses, and what does Spitzer hope to achieve with this investigation? Stay tuned . . .

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