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Divided Decade: How the financial crisis changed banking
Bigger, stronger banks … and threats.
Financial reform in the crosshairs
Trump vows to dismantle Dodd-Frank.
The big US banks get hit with a ratings downgrade
But that's not necessarily bad news for the economy—or even for the banks.
Balancing collaboration and skepticism in regulation
Why one Wall Street lawyer thinks "regulatory capture" is a myth.
Behind big banks profits, a sea change
Has 'the American Bank' has changed since the financial crisis?
Irish bankers on trial for financial collapse
The financial trial of the century begins in Ireland as Anglo Irish Bank officials are accused of trying to pump up their share price.
EU reaches deal to shield taxpayers from bank failures
After hours of high stakes negotiations, European finance ministers have struck a deal to help shield taxpayers from bank failures.
AIG: 'Thanks for the bailout. See you in court?'
AIG board mulls whether to join a former CEO in suing the U.S. government for shortchanging shareholders in a $182 billion financial crisis bailout.
Behind the scenes of the bank bailouts
Former TARP Inspector General Neil Barofsky talks about his new tell-all, "Bailout," on what went on during the height of the financial crisis.
What's up, Europe? Protesters in Madrid
In Spain today, the government announced new austerity measures to meet the terms of the bank bailout early this month: $80 billion worth of tax increases and pay and benefit cuts.