Matt Taibbi spoke to Democracy Now's Amy Goodman and Juan Gonzales about the latest revolving door between Wall Street and Washington
David Weidner, who covers Wall Street for MarketWatch, says the settlements "appear to be just another cost-of-doing-business budget line for the banks,"
“Life is hard enough,” according to Swiss banking executive Sergio Ermotti, “without people “constantly bashing banks.”
Offshore financial industry leak exposes identities of 1,000s of holders of anonymous wealth from around the world.
In the latest issue of Rolling Stone, Matt Taibbi takes the Justice Department to task over settling with HSBC late last year in the “largest drug-and-terrorism money-laundering case ever.” "The HSBC case went miles beyond the
Swiss bank UBS said Wednesday it will pay a $1.5 billion fraud fine for orchestrating the manipulation of benchmark interest rates in the U.S., Europe, and Asia. Last week, British bank HSBC agreed to pay $1.92 billion -- the largest bank
Originally posted to ProPublica by Marian Wang: A few months after he buried his son, Francisco Reynoso began getting notices in the mail. Then the debt collectors came calling. "They would say, 'We don't care what happened with your
As Digby noted, this is the same scheme we saw from Wal-Mart that Michael Moore featured in his movie, Capitalism: A Love Story. Apparently Texas Gov. Rick Perry thought selling "dead peasants insurance" was something he could con the states
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
The Brad Blog: American Law Institute, the 'only intellectually respectable support' for capital punishment in the U.S., abandons support for it The
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