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Les Leopold puts inequality into a perspective most people will understand (except the inequality deniers): • “In 2010, the top hedge fund manager earned as much in one HOUR as the average (median) family earned in 47 YEARS. • The top 25 … Continue reading
Banks are an important asset for our capitalist economy. In fact it can be argued that a healthy and thriving banking system is at the core of a robust, growing economy. On the other hand, the Great Recession has taught … Continue reading
The relationship between regulations, failed or assisted banks and S&Ls Also, credit to Marilynn Baker.
Guess who’s added his name to the growing list of notable people suggesting that investment banking needs to be separated from banking? No less than former Citigroup Chairman and CEO Sanford Weill this morning on CNBC’s “The Squawk Box.” “What … Continue reading