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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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Elliott Spitzer, who left office amid a prostitution scandal, say he doesn't think the New York mayoral seat should go to Weiner, who continued exchanging raunchy texts with women after he was forced out of office for doing it.
This panel took us back in time to 2004 when Elliott Spitzer was NYS Attorney General and brought bid rigging charges against Marsh, as a result, the NY Insurance department has proposed a regulation that would require all independent agents selling insurance to be mandated to offer your client full disclosure of your compensation in its entirety.
Let's look back over the last year: Elliott Spitzer, Rod Blagojevich, Tim Geithner, Tom Daschle, Bill Richardson, Charles Rangel - all Democrats, and all under a dark cloud.
Its inclusion of brands such as Waterford and Lenox is what prompted last year's lawsuit filed by New York State Attorney General Elliott Spitzer.
One of the players in New York is the state's Attorney General Elliott Spitzer.
Bloomberg, Senator Charles Schumer, New York State Attorney General Elliott Spitzer, State Senator Joseph Bruno, and many other state and city officials joined the industry's top leaders.
Elliott Spitzer, the infamous Client 9, paid a hooker, as did Louisiana Sen.
GE has retorted that its recall terms resulted from an agreement with the Consumer Product Safety Commission and that attorney general Elliott Spitzer is "grandstanding.
The situation is further complicated by the softening rate environment in the insurance industry and the elimination of contingent commissions by large brokers in response to recent investigations by New York Attorney General Elliott Spitzer.
Makoujy explains, "Greatly enhanced corporate governance demands, from investors of The Walt Disney Company to Tyco International, led by shareholders, the SEC and the likes of Elliott Spitzer, are creating a new era of financial transparency for public firms.