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Sheila Bair: From Regulator To Watchdog
A year removed from the FDIC, Bair is setting her sights on opponents of financial reform.
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Shadow Banking Down From Crisis, But for How Long?
The so-called "shadow banking system" that was at the heart of the financial crisis has seen its value fall by more than half over the last few years
May 31, 2012
Watch Now: Six Billion Dollar Bet
Jon Corzine, former head of Goldman Sachs and political power broker, took over MF Global in the spring of 2010 with oversize ambition and a passion for risk. But after a massive bet on European debt turned sour, the firm lay in ruins, with more than a billion dollars of customer funds missing.
May 22, 2012
What Can We Learn from JPMorgan's $2 Billion Loss?
JPMorgan's risky trade highlights the ongoing debate over financial regulations currently being written
May 11, 2012
What's the Status of the Dodd-Frank Financial Overhaul?
In July 2010, President Barack Obama signed what became known as the Dodd-Frank bill, the financial reform package aimed at overhauling the financial regulatory system and ending the risky practices that led to the 2008 financial crisis.
May 10, 2012
The Financial Crisis Is Like... Sangria?
Well, it’s like a lot of things, according to some of the economists, journalists, bankers, activists and officials we interviewed for our four-hour series on the global financial crisis, "Money, Power and Wall Street."
May 3, 2012
Live Chat 1 p.m. ET: Can Wall Street Change?
Join Money, Power and Wall Street producers Martin Smith and Marcela Gaviria for a live chat featuring guest questioner Felix Salmon from Reuters. You can leave a question now.
May 3, 2012
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