If you happened to be sitting behind a trading screen on Wall Street in late August and September 1998, youve likely been having some déjà vu over the past seven trading sessions. Intraday rallies continue to fail; there is a thundering stampede ... Wall Street On Parade, 1 week ago
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Carmen Segarra Photo from Public Radio's This American Life Wall Street's crime spree has been coming at the public for the past six years like a geyser spewing from a broken water main. It's been tough for the public to keep tract of the twists ...Wall Street On Parade, 3 weeks ago
Following a blockbuster report by ProPublica and This American Life alleging that the New York branch of the Federal Reserve, which supervises many of the largest banks, was meek, lackadaisical, and captured by the banks it was supposed to ...BuzzFeed, 4 weeks ago
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My basic view of Sergey Aleynikov -- the former Goldman Sachs programmer who left for a high-frequency trading firm, took some code on his way out the door, was arrested by the FBI at Goldman's instigation, was convicted of theft and sentenced to ...Bloomberg View, 1 month ago
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