S&P Pays California $335 Million for Securities “Fraud” It Doesn't Admit

S&P Pays California $335 Million for Securities “Fraud” It Doesn't Admit

S&P will pay $210 million to California as part of a deal with 18 other state attorneys general and the District of Columbia that will net them and the federal government $1.37 billion to end litigation over the shenanigans that supercharged the

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