S&P Can Read Tim Geithner’s Super-Secret Diary


So that's nice for them.

Lawyers for S&P, a unit of McGraw Hill Financial Inc., had previously asked for broader and deeper access to documents provided by the Justice Department and Mr. Geithner. They include unpublished notes for Mr. Geithner's memoir and internal Justice Department emails….

After viewing the documents, Judge Carter said there is a "compelling need" for S&P to access 19 Justice Department documents.

Judge Grants S&P Access to Documents from Geithner, Justice Department [WSJ]


Tim Geithner Will Not Replace The Beard

You won't have Tim Geithner to kick around any more. The little guy and now-former U.S. Treasury Secretary won't be pursuing a D.C. sequel.