The federal government’s Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission has subpoenaed Moody’s Corp. for allegedly failing to provide requested information.
Last May, Congress enacted the Fraud Enforcement and Recovery Act, which created the FCIC and charged it with figuring out what caused the financial crisis.
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