Financial Crisis

The Other 98% Urges Wall Street To Donate Bonuses To Financial Crisis Victims
The Other 98% Urges Wall Street Execs to Donate $91 Billion in Bonuses to Victims of Financial Crisis. Read more...
Shine Bright, Jamie Dimon
This parody of Rihanna’s video “Diamonds,” tells the story of Jamie Dimon, JP Morgan Chase, and their selfish financial crimes. Read more...
Senator Elizabeth Warren called on Congress to solve the ‘too big to fail’ banking fiasco. Read more...
"If the Justice Department were being tough on Wall Street, they would be bringing criminal cases. They would not be talking about settlements." Read more...
The punitive costs paid by JPMorgan will, however, continue to grow, if not through settlements than through other expenses. Read more...

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A Market In Desperate Need Of Transparency
If the 2009 financial crisis taught us anything, it's that market manipulation and speculation is a recipe for disaster. Four years later, we don't seem to have learned our lesson. Wall Street has found another, more obscure, market to manipulate: ethanol credits. Fortunately, the EPA has the power to bring transparency to this marketplace -- it just needs to do it. Read more...
"Who is actually looking out for the American worker? The answer is nobody. Workers don’t have a power if they don’t have a voice." Read more...
U.S. Justice Department Sues Bank Of America
The U.S. government on Tuesday filed two civil lawsuits against Bank of America that accuse the bank of investor fraud in its sale of $850 million of residential mortgage-backed securities. Read more...
All In's Chris Hayes sat down with Rolling Stone's Matt Taibbi to discuss his new article on the ratings agencies that helped trigger the financial meltdown -- and surprise, surprise, nothing's been done to fix the problem. Read more...
A new Senate report shows that last year JPMorgan Chase, the country's biggest bank, manipulated documents and ignored internal controls as they built up trading losses. Jamie Dimon, the chief executive, also withheld information from regulators. Read more...