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U.S. Morning Call: Goldman considering changes at the top

Wednesday, March 28, 2012 - 02:11

Mar. 28 - Two sources are telling Reuters that Goldman Sachs held talks about making president Gary Cohn CEO.

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Here's according confidence Wednesday Goldman Sachs considering changes the top. Two sources tell Reuters the bank held talks about making president Gary Collins CEO. Current chairman and CEO Lloyd Blankfein would retain just as chairman title with the vice chairman. Pressure for any move appears to have subsided after labor pension fund reached a deal with the banks have appoint an independent lead director. More details about the collapse of MF global expected today that bankrupt brokerages North American chief financial officer testifying before congress. Prepared remarks indicate -- or whiskey desperately sought fund transfers to cover customer account shortfalls. But some banks would not -- -- that. She also said she was convinced it first that the roughly one billion dollar deficit in customer funds. Had to be an accounting error and only learned on the morning of the bankruptcy that the shortfall. What's real. The US has asked France to join it for possible emergency release of oil that according to the French energy minister today who said it welcomed the idea. The comments follow a story in the French daily -- indicating France was in contact with Britain and the US on a possible release of the strategic stocks. Light sweet crude down about it but today -- still above. 106 dollars a barrel. And the troubles for apple oversees the tech powerhouse agreeing to send letters in Australia buyers of its newest iPad. Offering them a refund and -- follows an accusation from the country's consumer watchdog that it meets led consumers. The agency claims apple advertised on latest tablet that it could connect -- forgy mobile network in Australia which it cannot you. Hearing on the matter is scheduled for next month. And -- a couple of items -- keep track of today that director of goods orders are out at 830 economists looking for rebound from the weakness seen in January. And -- ten the Supreme Court begins a three of its hearings on the new health care law. Among the issues to be considered -- survive in some form -- the court strikes down concept of an individual mandate -- requires Americans to buy health insurance. Or face -- fine. That's -- -- Wednesday I'm Jen Rogers this is partisan.

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U.S. Morning Call: Goldman considering changes at the top

Wednesday, March 28, 2012 - 02:11