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Presented Without Comment: They Want The Names

UBS will pay $780 million in fines and immediately turn over some client names to settle a federal criminal probe into the bank's role in helping U.S. taxpayers hide bank accounts from the IRS. The Swiss bank will admit to wrongdoing as part of its deferred-prosecution agreement with the Justice Department.

Deferred Prosecution Agreement (.pdf) [The Wall Street Journal]