Monday, October 24, 2011

The story of a financial industry's collapse

The Weekend that Changed Wall Street
Ms Maria Bartiromo

Unravelling financial crisis

Part of the negative public mood stems from the fact that three years after the financial disaster, there have been very few indictments, and even fewer convictions, over events that nearly sent the US into another Great Depression, writes Ms Maria Bartiromo in The Weekend that Changed Wall Street: And how the fallout is still impacting our world. “Added to that are some 8.4 million jobs lost in the recession, many of which have yet to come back.”


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