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Which Aspect of the FDIC's Litigation Failures Is the Most Embarrassing and Damaging?
William K. Black
Prof; Econ & Law, UMKC. Financial regulator. White-collar crim...
Is there anyone left in the banking regulatory ranks with a fire in their belly? Is there no one who has had enough and will insist that the fraudulent controlling officers limp away bankrupt rather than strut away wealthy?
Steve Mnuchin, Meet Rose Gudiel
E.P. Clapp Distinguished Professor of Politics, Occidental Col...
Gudiel would like Mnuchin to visit her at her home, because his OneWest Bank is trying to evict her and her family. If Mnuchin won't come to visit Gudiel, she will visit him, and bring some of her neighbors and friends with her.
FDIC Sues Former IndyMac Bank CEO
FDIC Slow To Pursue Bank Directors, Recover Funds
Gretchen Morgenson: Court Case Exposes 'Bag Of Mortgage Tricks'
Handcuffs for Wall Street, Not Happy-Talk
Senior Political Economy Reporter
When you steal a lot of money, you go to jail. Obama doesn't just need tough talk for Wall Street, he needs to prosecute the frauds that were committed, and explain them to the American people.
Board Members Who Skated Away From Financial Failure, Responsibility
FDIC Strangely Resembling A Private Investor
Zombie Companies Haunt Stock Market Rally
Insiders are selling and only speculators are buying. This doesn't sound like a market that the little guy should get involved with.
Inside IndyMac's Nationalization: A Case Study
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IndyMac Sale Near: Deal To Sell Failed Bank To Private Equity Firms
Advice To Team Obama: Keep FDIC's Bair
Director of programming and investigations, The Better Governm...
Some infighting is considered good sport, even in the Obama era. But pushing out Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. Chairman Sheila Bair is not a wise, nor politically astute, decision.
Struggling IndyMac Borrowers May Not Know They're Entitled To Help
Take Back Your Money
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California May Probe Senator Schumer Over IndyMac Collapse
Bush Cheerleads While the Economy Dives
Writer and Journalist focusing on politics and parenting
I was extremely confused by Bush's rosy economic speech. Here my local bank, IndyMac, is collapsing, with distraught customers waiting in line for hours last week to get their money.
Why We Are Where We Are
People used too much debt to buy things at the wrong time in the economic cycle and lenders have been too lax in their lending standards. This has all changed because it should -- in short, risk has been repriced.
Regulation is Not a Bad Word
Host, 'The Young Turks'
McCain and Gramm are financial radicals who have taken over the system. The idea of putting them back in charge is absolutely unthinkable.
IndyMac Customers Line Up To Transfer Money To Mattresses
Did Sen. Charles Schumer Cause The IndyMac Failure? He Says No
Fed Regulators Explore New Territory
IndyMac Bank's assets were seized by federal regulators on Friday after the mortgage lender succumbed to the pressure of tighter credit, tumbling home prices and rising foreclosures
Right Develops Economy Blame Narrative
Fellow, Campaign for America's Future
Mortgage Lending Implode-O-Meter Explodes In Popularity
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