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    Sen. Feinstein failed to disclose husband’s Facebook stock before Zuckerberg testified: report /Link

    Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif., failed to disclose that her husband owned more than $100,000 in Facebook shares before Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg testified to the Senate in April, according to a new report Wednesday.

    Feinstein didn’t disclose that her husband, the wealthy investment banker Richard Blum, bought between $100,000 and $250,000 of the social network’s shares before she gave her opening remarks during Zuckerberg’s April 10 testimony in the Senate, according to Sludge, a new investigative journalism startup which launched earlier this year. Feinstein was one of four senators to give opening remarks.

    Feinstein’s office told this news organization Wednesday that she doesn’t discuss her husband’s financial transactions with him.

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    Published on 12 Jul 2018 at 04:40PM

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