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Investors' Claim Against Auditor May Proceed

Brad Reid | Posted 01.23.2014 | Business
Brad Reid

In every financial collapse since the Great Depression, auditors have been sued by investors who suffered financial losses. Lawsuits are frequently based upon allegations of negligence in the performance of financial audits.

Reagan Was Wrong: The Nine Most Terrifying Words Are, "I'm a Libertarian and the Market Will Save You"

Mitchell Bard | Posted 05.25.2011 | Politics
Mitchell Bard

I don't agree with Reagan. I'm not scared of the government trying to help. But I am terrified of an unfettered free market.

FDR Had It Right: Consumer Protection Is About Ideas, Not Acronyms

Jesse Strauss | Posted 05.25.2011 | Politics
Jesse Strauss

History instructs that the "independence" of the regulator is beside the point. Consumer protection depends on altering the fundamental relationship between the buyers and sellers of financial products.

One Lesson from the 1930s: Financial Regulation Has to Be Bold

Mitchell Bard | Posted 05.25.2011 | Politics
Mitchell Bard

Contrary to what John Boehner says, a big foot needs to be placed on the financial industry to make sure that last year's near collapse can never happen again.