Tucker Bounds

Communications Director, Whitman Gubernatorial Campaign

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Communications Director for Meg Whitman’s gubernatorial campaign

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In 2002, a Congressional Committee released a list of top corporate executives who had received personal investment offers from Goldman Sachs, which wanted to do business with their…

Meg Whitman and Goldman Sachs

In 2002, a Congressional Committee released a list of top corporate executives who had received personal investment offers from Goldman Sachs, which wanted to do business with their…

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