Crime and Punishment: Record $16.6 Billion Settlement in Banking
No criminal charges filed against bankers, record penalty paid by Bank of America in mortgage mess.
Morning Money Memo: Today’s Bank of America settlement with the federal government is a record. The nearly $17 billion deal resolves an investigation into allegations the bank misled purchasers of mortgage-backed securities before the 2008 financial crisis. The settlement is the largest ever ...
The average American home lost nearly a quarter of its value since the housing market collapsed. And today the company most responsible for the mortgage meltdown a big price 300 million dollars the largest fine ever of its kind. But ABC's Jim Havel asked tonight if even that giant high enough. The
A congressionally appointed panel reported Thursday that the financial crisis that set off the Great Recession was avoidable, casting a wide net of blame over regulators and financial giants alike. The report — the government's first comprehensive review of what caused the crisis — offers a
Good evening on this Friday night a perfect conclusion to this joyful and dramatic week in Chile. All but two of the lost 33 the miners have left the hospital where they've been recuperating. Emerging into sunlight the spotlight and the rest of their lives. And we also heard today they've taken a
Govt. Sources: DOJ Reviewing Whether SEC Case Warrants Criminal Investigation
Matt Jaffe with the business news Wall Street will be keeping an eye on today.
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