Just when you think bank fraud can't get any worse, they surprise you.
Olivier Desbarres was fired from his job as a senior Singapore-based banker at Barclays after a video surfaced of him berating and threatening a group of construction workers who were on a job near his home, The Wall Street Journal
Let's be clear: As far back as 2007, banks were charging you more money on just about everything because they were using a fraudulent Libor rate - and Tim Geithner knew it. His response? To write a memo suggesting ways they should fix it. To
More on the Libor scandal, this time from Robert Reich, who explains what it really means for American investors. He says the time to scream for more bank reform is now: There are really two different Libor scandals. One has to do with a
"The mob learned from Wall Street," comments Eliot Spitzer on the "cartel-style corruption" behind the Libor scam. On Current TV's "Viewpoint" recently, host Eliot Spitzer, Matt Taibbi, Rolling Stone contributing editor, and
As Current TV's John Fugelsang, filling in for Eliot Spitzer this week reminded us, when average citizens break the law we have to pay fines that might actually act as a deterrent or face jail time and when these bankers and Wall Street commit