Goldman Sachs Group, the most profitable firm in Wall Street history, was subpoenaed by a US panel investigating the financial crisis after allegedly failing to hand over documents in a “timely manner.” The Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission “has made it clear that it is committed to using its subpoena power” if firms under review don’t comply with information requests, the panel said today in a statement.

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