Five years after the financial crash: A live discussion

Marketplace Staff Sep 10, 2013

A Frontline conversation about the legacy of the financial crisis, looking back five years on. What’s changed both on Wall Street and Main Street? How much are we still at risk?

Marketplace’s Kai Ryssdal joins journalists Jesse Eisinger (ProPublica); Joshua Green (Bloomberg); Neil Irwin (The Washington Post); Bethany McLean (Vanity Fair); Felix Salmon (Reuters); Gillian Tett (Financial Times); and David Wessel (The Wall Street Journal) for a two-day discussion on what’s happened, and what’s ahead.

Follow the conversation below, and comment with your thoughts.



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