A Senate hearing will focus on the role of Fabrice Tourre in the fraud charges against investment bank Goldman Sachs. Tourre's testimony will have a major impact on the outcome of the case. Jeremy Hobson reports.
Word is Goldman Sachs has hired major firepower to try and win any court cases after being charged with fraud by the SEC. But the question for shareholders is to fight or not? Jennifer Collins reports.
During a speech in New York, President Obama made a push for Wall Street reform -- just as the Senate prepares to debate its overhaul package. Jeremy Hobson reports momentum appears to be on the president's side.
The Securities and Exchange Commission says it will continue its enforcement efforts on questionable investment bank activities, including the practice of hiding debt. Steve Chiotakis talks to Marketplace's Gregory Warner.
The financial overhaul bill is expected to hit the Senate floor this week. But there's wrangling over what form a consumer protection agency might take, and whether to set up an industry fund to wind down failed banks. Nancy Marshall Genzer reports.
British Prime Minister Gordon Brown says he wants investigations against Goldman Sachs to expand in the U.K., and other countries could also soon follow suit. Bob Moon talks to Marketplace's Stephen Beard.
Fortune Magazine's Leigh Gallagher and The Atlantic Magazine's Megan McArdle talk with Kai Ryssdal about how Goldman Sachs being accused of fraud might affect financial regulation and reflect on the latest Lehman Brothers news.
The Securities and Exchange Commission filed its first big lawsuit over alleged Wall Street shenanigans. The SEC charges that Goldman Sachs gave special attention to one client, at the expense of hundreds of others. Mitchell Hartman reports.