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Wall Street Journal Deals & Deal Makers Conference Video Highlights

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CNBC.com's Live Events Video Player carried all-day coverage of The Wall Street Journal Deals & Deal Makers Conference on Wednesday, June 27, 2007. Here are some of the highlights:


Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein is interviewed by Alan Murray, Wall Street Journal Assistant Managing Editor & Columnist (Text Recap)

CNBC.com News Story: Goldman CEO - Markets Healthy But Credit Crisis Is Biggest Risk

Blankfein Interview (Part 2)

Maurice Greenberg, C.V. Starr & Co. Chairman & CEO, is interviewed by Alan Murray, Wall Street Journal Assistant Managing Editor & Columnist

Greenberg Interview (Part 2)

Carly Fiorina, Former Chairman & CEO of Hewlett-Packard, is interviewed by Alan Murray, Wall Street Journal Assistant Managing Editor & Columnist

Fiorina Interview (Part 2)

U.S. Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson is interviewed by Wall Street Journal Deputy Washington Bureau Chief David Wessel (Text recap)

CNBC.com News Story: Paulson - Don't Single Out Hedge Funds, Private Equity for Tax Hike

Paulson Interview (Part 2)

Paulson Interview (Part 3)

Paulson Interview (Part 4)

SilverLake Co-Founder and Managing Director Glenn Hutchins is interviewed by Wall Street Journal Reporter Dennis Berman

Hutchins Interview (Part 2)

Hutchins Interview (Clip 3)

















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