We need to send these people to jail. But we won't.
The Daily Show's Jon Stewart lets the corporate suck ups over at CNBC and Fox Business Channel have it for their defense of JP Morgan Chase and Jamie Dimon after they were finally fined for some of their illegal behavior.
Wall Street water carrier Maria Bartiromo is very concerned about those "job creators" like JP Morgan Chase as the company is on the verge of paying billions in fines.
New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman filed a civil complaint against JPMorgan Chase for fraud in the selling of mortgage-backed securities.
Hmm. You know, Alex, I think I'll go with Door No. 2: The Fed knew it was buying weak assets and tried to hide it! Now, what do I win? Federal Rese
Let me tell you a story about a story that isn't a story but became a story because it was broadcast from major news sources with an air of breathle
Dylan Ratigan talks to Simon Johnson and The New York Times' Gretchen Morgenson about whether the fraud on Wall Street extends far beyond Goldman Sa
Too Big To Jail? DoJ: Wall St. Bailout Buds 'Co-Conspirators' In Plot To Rip Off State, Local Governments
Municipal bonds are where a lot of the political kickbacks and corrupt deals are typically hidden, so I can't say I'm surprised. In fact, it's sort of
Via Raw Story. You know, I not only want the money back, I want these people put in jail. They took the money and ran from their own culpability: The
From The Thom Hartman Show Oct. 30, 2009. Thom and Matt Taibbi discuss Matt's latest article at Rolling Stone--Wall Street's Naked Swindle A scheme
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