Bruno Mars Autographed his Squire Bullet Stratocaster and wants to give it to a Lou Vince contributor this week.
The sponsors said in a statement that the legislation would make big banks that are "too big to fail" smaller and safer and minimize the likelihood of a government bailout.
How do we fix inequality without fixing Wall Street?
Phil Gramm, who was working for the banks even before he was working for the banks (if you know what I mean), tries to do retroactive damage control after statements by Sanford Weill that it was a mistake to repeal the Glass-Steagall Act - you
This is a statement that is probably going to change the political landscape, considering how much Sandy Weill had to do with this mess. Most people don't seem to know the story of Weill basically playing chicken with the Clinton administration.
After the news that JP Morgan Chase lost $2 billion on high-risk credit derivatives this week, as usual, Sen. Bernie Sanders was one of our few voices of reason out there about what to do with these still too-big-to-fail institutions -- break them
[media id=12520] Sen. Mike Johanns (R-NE) appeared on C-SPAN's Washington Journal April 15th and discussed the financial reform bill which has reache
Ron Insana is right. These fees might make everyone feel better but unless Congress re-regulates these industries we haven't fixed the problem.
Very interesting - if Congress actually intends to pass this. (Or if the banks let them!) The repeal also removed protections that kept banking and
Is it asking too much that if you're a cable news host and you bring someone on specifically to answer a question, that you try to get them to actuall
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