The BBC Profiles Mark Carney, Uses Word "Goldman" Once
November 26, 2012 - 11:54am
It is truly amazing to what lengths the mainstream media will go to avoid talking about what really got Goldman's former head of the Canadian Central Bank the role of Goldman's current head of the Bank of England. But it could be worse: a word search for Goldman in the BBC's just released profile of Mark Carney shows one instance of said word, and as a parenthetical at that. Hey, it could have been zero... From the BBC Profile: Mark Carney The Bank of England's new governor, Mark Carney, was head of Canada's central bank and is a respected figure in the banking world. He will take over from Sir Mervyn King, the current chief, when he retires in June next year. Mr Carney was one of five possible candidates whose skills were deemed sufficient to meet the challenges of the top job - a job which will become far bigger next year when the Bank takes back responsibility for regulation from the...
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