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Author, 'Ruminations on the Distortion of Oil Prices and Crony...
Hardly deterred by the events of 2008, JP Morgan has been assiduously buying commodities trading assets spending more than $2 billion sopping up the trading operations of other firms.
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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.
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In the wake of the financial crisis, there is plenty of blame to go around. Everyone can look in the mirror and learn something. That goes for CEO's, managers, analysts, rating agencies, fund managers and shareholders.
Rampant Fraud and Financial Collapse
Senior Political Economy Reporter
Criminal charges are likely to be filed against some of WaMu's former executives. But WaMu isn't the only bad actor from the financial crisis. This is basically how the entire U.S. mortgage market operated.
WaMu Executives Knew Of Rampant Mortgage Fraud And Failed To Act
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VA Owes Reporter Apology for Agency's Idiotic Harrassment
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