When 60 Minutes' correspondent Lesley Stahl asked about G.E. polluting the Hudson River, G.E.'s chairman, Dr. Welch insisted, "We didn't dump. We had a permit from the U.S. Government and the State of New York to do exactly what we did. Do you think I'd come to work in a company that would do that, or condone that? I wouldn't do it, Lesley! This is nuts!" Well, it turns out that maybe
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