Congress created the Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission last year to investigate the causes of the meltdown. Many banks, financial firms and other witnesses have cooperated. But not Goldman Sachs.
According to the panel's chairman, Phil Angelides, Goldman has either not responded to requests - stretching back to January - for documents and interviews or has submitted data that are so voluminous or disorganized as to be useless.
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