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Wall Street whistleblower considers writing book

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Carmen Segarra, the Wall Street whistleblower who secretly recorded 46 hours of private conversations with her fellow regulators — casting a light on the sometimes too cosy relationship between the New York Fed and the banks it oversees — is considering writing a book, The New York Post has learned.

Ex-Fed examiner loses Goldman lawsuit

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A former bank examiner with the Federal Reserve Bank of New York lost a lawsuit against her former employer after a federal judge ruled on Wednesday that she had not shown that she was fired over refusing to change certain findings about Goldman Sachs.

Ex-bank examiner sues over Goldman findings

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A former senior bank examiner for the Federal Reserve Bank of New York sued her ex-employer, claiming she was fired because she refused to change her findings that Goldman Sachs lacked a firmwide conflict-of-interest policy.

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Wall Street whistleblower considers writing book

Carmen Segarra, the Wall Street whistleblower who secretly recorded 46 hours of private conversations with her fellow regulators — casting a light on the sometimes too cosy relationship between the New York Fed and the banks it oversees — is considering writing a book, The New York Post has learned.