The mafia is Italy's biggest bank
Italian policemen escort to jail mafia boss Giuseppe Dell'Aquila in Naples on May 25, 2011. A new report shows that the mafia is now technically Italy's biggest bank.
This final note today, the Cosa Nostra edition. A report out in Italy earlier this week says the mafia is that country's biggest bank. Apparently, it's been making big gains during the European debt crisis: more loans -- if you can call 'em that -- to people who can't get cash elsewhere.
The mob, according to the Italian firm SOS Impressa, does $178 billion worth of business a year. Profit margin's about 60 percent.