Financial Crisis Responsibility Fee News
President Obama: 2011 Budget Contains Investments to Boost Economy
The $3.8 Trillion Budget Boosts Funding for Education and National Security
President Obama's $3.8 Trillion Budget
President Obama will send a $3.834 trillion budget to Congress tomorrow for Fiscal Year 2011.
Obama Proposes Limits on Wall Street Banks; Enough to Ease Main Street Anger?
President Unveils Reform Measures, Limits on Trading, Investing in Hedge Funds; Dow Drops 200 Points
Buffett: Against Bank Tax, for Higher 'Rich Guy' Taxes
Legendary Investor and Berkshire Hathaway CEO Says It Doesn't Make Sense to Tax Banks
Warren Buffett: Nothing Improper in Goldman Transaction
Legendary Investor Says Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein Should Stay Put, Calls Major Financial Failures 'Disgusting'
Obama Bank Tax: Wall St. Mulls Court Challenge
Just days after President Obama unveiled a new tax on the country's biggest banks , Wall Street is already preparing for a possible legal challenge to the administration's proposal. The Securities Industry & Financial Markets Association, Wall Street's main lobbying group, has hired top Supreme
JPMorgan Reports $26.9 Billion for Employee Pay, Bonuses, Benefits
JPMorgan Chase Compensation Total Rises 18 Percent From Last Year but Was Below Analyst Predictions; Investment Bankers See $9.3 Billion
The 'Financial Crisis Responsibility Fee''
We turn briefly now to some the day's other news President Obama is tackling the big banks had on. Announcing plans for what He calls a financial crisis responsibility fee. It will of the largest banks new taxes to pay for the bailout of Wall Street the big auto companies. My commandment is to