Credit Suisse Pleads Guilty in Tax Probe: Holder

Credit Suisse Pleads Guilty in Tax Probe: Holder Play

May 19 (Bloomberg) -- U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder speaks at a news conference in Washington about Credit Suisse AG's plea of guilty to helping Americans cheat on their taxes. Credit Suisse agreed to pay $2.6 billion in penalties and is the first global bank in a decade to admit to a crime in a U.S. courtroom. Deputy Attorney General James Cole, Kathryn Keneally, head of the Justice Department's tax division, and U.S. Internal Revenue Service Commissioner John Koskinen also speak. (Source: Bloomberg)

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