Jeff Immelt, Peter Kellogg, Lloyd Blankfein, Gerald Putnam, Larry Leibowitz, Duncan Niederauer, Mark Zuckerberg, Greg Shrader, Tim Cook & John Colby,
I inserted the morelaw link and the collusion link twice in the summary for your Due Diligence.
Pat Bolland and CNBC Television was promoting Redibook on CNBC Television from the year 1999 and the year 2000.
CNBC Television and Pat Bolland was promoting a Phantom Company name Redibook owned by Spear Leeds & Kellogg that did not exist as a Corporation in the year 1999 and the year 2000.
Redibook owned by Spear Leeds & Kellogg was not registered as a Stock Exchange or a Broker Dealer with the NASD(FINRA) and the SEC in the year 1999 and the year 2000.
Feel free to view the Pat Bolland Market Wrap Segment Archives on CNBC Television from the year 1999 and the year 2000.
Redibook owned by Spear Leeds & Kellogg did not have a Website and had no Internet Presence in the year 1999 and the year 2000 or prior to those years for that matter.
On September 11 2000 Goldman Sachs acquired Redibook and Spear Leeds & Kellogg for 6.5 Billion Dollars while Richard Rosado was in active litigation with Spear Leeds & Kellogg, the active litigation between Spear Leeds & Kellogg and Richard Rosado ended on December 7 2000, Goldman Sachs conducted an Initial Public Offering in the year 1999 with the advanced motive of acquiring Spear Leeds & Kellogg and Redibook.
Goldman Sachs Initial Public Offering should be cancelled and the Goldman Sachs merger with Redibook and Spear Leeds & Kellogg should also be cancelled and the subsequent Mergers and Initial Public Offerings.