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Bankers & Finance
If you’re a regulator right now, you are probably figuring out how to get a piece of Goldman Sachs.
Bank of America’s mortgage documents have a persistent problem.
Markets & Traders
You know how you get to downgrading things and you just can’t stop? Moody’s had that with Japan, maybe with U.S. banks, and Greece.
The market has the memory of your average goldfish. One bad jobs report doesn’t freak out investors for very long.
Fund Managers & Investing
That one investor who wanted to pull out of SAC Capital stands alone. The fund is up 9%
Politicians & Regulation
The debt ceiling debate is still dragging on. Interminably.
Chrysler may not pursue an IPO.
Related: The U.S. auto industry bailouts may cost the country $14 billion, even though the automakers are now doing much better.
What a default of Greece would look like.
Unemployment during the Great Depression is not as bad as you thought.
This 100-year-old woman has a 98-year-old bank account. Her bank manager just threw her a party.
Today is national doughnut day. Indulge.