Paulson broke the law for Goldman Sachs, alleges book


Henry Paulson, a former US Treasury Secretary, abused his position by allegedly meeting with Goldman Sachs executives in the run-up to the collapse of Lehman Brothers last year, a new book argues.

'Too Big to Fail', a book published on Tuesday by Andrew Ross Sorkin, a New York Times reporter and columnist, has alleged that Paulson met in secret with former Goldman Sachs colleagues in Moscow in June last year.

Paulson was US Treasury secretary until January 2009 and the chief executive of Goldman

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