GIGOT: All right, Dorothy.
FREEMAN: This is a miss to Goldman Sachs for putting up for re-election to its board of directors, long-time Fannie Mae CEO, Jim Johnson, one of the architects of the financial crisis. And also, Paul, where were all of these corporate governance experts on this case if the architect of the financial crisis is being reappointed now to a Goldman board?
GIGOT: All right.
HENNINGER: Dick Clark -- a hit, needless to say, for a guy who never looked over a day of 45, and never thought he would die. He founded "American Bandstand" in 1957, the time Elvis was there. Dick Clark, incredibly, was older than Elvis.
And through all of those years, he remained the same cheerful soul. He was a welcome constant in often turbulent times.
GIGOT: Yes, terrific.
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