Eliot Spitzer

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Eliot Spitzer

An American politician. As attorney general of New York, he was known for prosecuting white collar crime, particularly securities fraud and other crimes related to the financial sector. He served as governor of New York in 2007 and 2008. Spitzer was born in 1959.
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When Elliot Spitzer, the former governor of New York, resigned over a sex scandal, where he was identified as "client No 9," our ads that week showed a picture of Spitzer with a thought bubble proclaiming: "I'm tired of being treated like a number.
An ebullient Benmosche also took a swipe at Elliot Spitzer, who is running for city comptroller.
The case was originally filed by former attorney general and governor Elliot Spitzer in 2005.
Dupre, who rocketed to fame four years ago after it was revealed that then-New York Governor Elliot Spitzer hired her as a high-end escort, has released a new book offering her advice on how to pick up, hook up, and date men, the Daily Mail reported.
We also don't hear the outcome of Harry's delivery of his files to former crusading New York Attorney General Elliot Spitzer.
Having tackled Enron, Elliot Spitzer and torture in Iraq, Alex Gibney takes on another national enigma, the Chicago Cubs, in "Catching Hell," which largely tells the sad story of Steve Bartman, whose interference with a foul ball during Game 6 of the 2003 National League playoffs incurred the wrath of an entire city.
Not to be outdone was Imam Rauf, whose exchange with erstwhile john and now co-host of yet another talking head show on CNN Elliot Spitzer, was posted on the aptly named blog "Ikhras," (Arabic for "shut up").
Like past attorneys general Elliot Spitzer and Andrew Cuomo, Schneiderman said he plans to take aim at Wall Street, including mortgage lenders who may have contributed to the current fiscal malaise.
For example, when Elliot Spitzer was Attorney General of New York, he fined fund companies for allowing late trading--in essence, letting some people profit at the expense of others.
Morningstar head Don Phillips once said Elliot Spitzer told him--pre-hooker--that every time he overturns a rock, another investment manager slithers out, which is the reason for said overregulation.
An outgrowth of a 2004 investigation into certain mega-brokers by then-New York Attorney General Elliot Spitzer, the rule ratchets up compensation disclosure requirements for agents and independent brokers licensed to do business in the Empire State.
Charles Gasparino writing in the New York Post puts the blame for AIG partly at the feet of Elliot Spitzer, who, in charging after a relatively tiny financial segment of AIG, dismantled the giant insurer and Hank Greenberg and sent fear and waves of anxiety up and down Pine Street.