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This Is Uncomfortable
Divided Decade

5 things you need to know about Lehman Brothers

by Eliza Mills Sep 10, 2018
Lehman's collapse is, to this day, the largest bankruptcy filing in U.S. history.
Two employees of Christie's auction house manoeuvre the Lehman Brothers corporate logo on Sept. 24, 2010 in London, England.
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China eases limits on foreign interests in financial firms

by Jennifer Pak Dec 11, 2017
China announced new measures that will give foreign banks and investors more ownership control over their operations in the country.
U.S. President Donald Trump and China's President Xi Jinping meet business leaders at the Great Hall of the People on November 9, 2017 in Beijing, China.
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Would you eat lunch at the bank of the future?

by Clare Toeniskoetter Nov 13, 2017
Banks introduce experimental features like cafes and co-working space to lure millennials back to branches.
This Berlin branch of Deutsche Bank hopes its co-working space and shared courtyard will lure in potential clients.
Clare Toeniskoetter for Marketplace

JPMorgan Chase settles debit card lawsuit with former inmates

by David Brancaccio Aug 5, 2016
Pennsylvania artist Jesse Krimes, the lead plaintiff in the case, joins us to talk about fair treatment for former inmates.
Pennsylvania artist Jesse Krimes at his art show in Chelsea.
Courtesy Jesse Krimes
The Big Book

How a secret meeting on Jekyll Island led to the Fed

by Kai Ryssdal and Bridget Bodnar Oct 20, 2015
Author Lowenstein explains the 'patriotic conspiracy' behind the central bank.
The Jekyll Island Club.
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10 years after Katrina

A small credit union brings Hope to New Orleans

by Caitlin Esch Aug 5, 2015
Its investment in low-income communities helped the area rebuild after Katrina.
Bill Bynum, the CEO of Hope Credit Union, at his office in Jackson, Mississippi.
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Black-owned banks are dying. Here's why it matters.

by Dan Weissmann Jul 2, 2015
Spoiler alert: Racism still exists. And research shows it affects lending.

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Ex-Im Bank, to reauthorize or not to reauthorize

by , and Jun 30, 2015
The Export Import Bank’s charter expires Wednesday at midnight.

Little banks swing (and miss) at the big guys

by Nancy Marshall-Genzer Jul 23, 2014
People hate big banks, but small banks are struggling to win them over.

Financial companies play venture capitalist

by Molly Wood Jun 30, 2014
What can we learn from a gathering of financial technology start-ups?