Regrets, They've Had a Few: Citigroup's Prince, Rubin Testify Before Financial Meltdown Panel
When they came before the Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission, the leaders of the nation's top banks were contrite about their role in the financial meltdown. But when ABC News caught up with them after the hearing, they expressed no regret whatsoever for the big bonuses now going to bank ...
As those bank CEOs face the commission they offered something that you rarely hear from Wall Street. And that's an admission that they've made mistakes mistakes that helped lead to that financial crisis. But as we caught up with the CEOs and the chairman after the hearing we found that they make no
On the same day executives from four of Wall Street's biggest banks testified on Capitol Hill about the financial meltdown, a watchdog group warned that the government's controversial $700 billion bailout program may not end for years. While the Treasury Department 's authority to make new
Some U.S. bank executives are taking the corporate jet out for a spin to Capitol Hill, as they explain the causes of the banking crisis to a U.S. Congressional panel.
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As Bank CEOs Testify for Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission, Pay Packages Keep Furor Flowing
John Mack, at Wharton, recounts a testy exchange with the Treasury secretary.