Cuomo discusses Wall Street culpability, responsibility

05/5/2009 | Bloomberg Businessweek

Maria Bartiromo asks New York Attorney General Andrew Cuomo, who has gained prominence lately for his tough stance on the financial industry, about the investigations he's conducting, the global financial crisis and his political ambitions. Cuomo said his office was focusing on government corruption and corporate fraud. "The bulk of my time is being spent on our pension investigations relating to pay-to-play allegations at the New York state common retirement fund and on the Wall Street cases we are pursuing," he said.

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