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Massachusetts Secretary of the Commonwealth William Galvin subpoena Gillette President & CEO James Kilts to testify June 1 regarding fairness opinions generated by Goldman, Sachs & Co. and UBS Securities in connection with the firm's acquisition by Procter & Gamble. Galvin also issues May 19 subpoenas al testificandum to Goldman Sachs employees Jack Levy and Stephan Feldgoise and UBS Securities' Richard Case and Blair Effron relating to fairness opinions provided by the firms. Galvin previously issued subpoenaes to Gillette employees in connection with the acquisition, which he has been investigating since February (1"The Rose Sheet" May 16, 2005, In Brief and 2"The Rose Sheet" Feb. 7, 2005, p. 8)...

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