A bipartisan panel has issued a subpoena to Goldman Sachs & Co. after the investment banker failed to comply with a documents request and a request for interviews.

Chairman Phil Angelides and vice chairman Bill Thomas of the Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission, who made the announcements regarding the subpoenas, stressed the commission's commitment "to using its subpoena power if there is a lack of, or delay in, compliance." They added: "Failure to comply with a commission request is viewed with the utmost seriousness, as the commission will not be deterred from getting desired information."

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