Government Takes Over Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac
The government yesterday said it would not allow Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac to pay their departing chief executives the separation payments, known as "golden parachutes," outlined in their contracts.
Be Wary of Buying When Shares Tank (By Michelle Singletary, September 14, 2008, Page F01)
Regulator Sets Pay Conditions For Mortgage Giants' Leaders (Post, September 13, 2008, Page D02)
Drop in Rates For Mortgages Gets Attention Of Borrowers (Post, September 12, 2008, Page D01)
Mortgage Giants' Mess Falls to Their Regulator (Post, September 11, 2008, Page D01)
A Bid to Rescue Homeownership (By Michelle Singletary, September 11, 2008, Page D02)
Homeownership Mission Vulnerable After Rescue (Post, September 10, 2008, Page D01)
Don't Like Bailouts? Consider the Alternatives. (By Steven Pearlstein, September 10, 2008, Page D01)
A New Fannie and Freddie (By Steven Rattner, September 9, 2008, Page A23)
Administration Decided in Late August That Takeover Was Needed (Post, September 9, 2008, Page A08)
Ousted Fannie, Freddie CEOs Could Still See Big Paydays (Post, September 9, 2008, Page D03)
As Rates Dip, Calls to Banks Pick Up (Post, September 9, 2008, Page D01)
Asia Breathes Deep Sigh of Relief: Fannie, Freddie Rescue Allays Fears About Risk of U.S. Mortgage Holdings (Post, September 9, 2008, Page D01)
Market Welcomes Takeover: Stocks Rebound; Critics Question Need for Bailout (Post, September 9, 2008, Page D01)
Stock Markets Soar After Freddie, Fannie Bailouts (Post, September 8, 2008; 5:11 PM)
Wondering What's Next For Fannie And Freddie: Business Leaders, Charities Uneasy After Federal Takeover (Post, September 8, 2008, Page D01)
U.S. Seizes Control Of Mortgage Giants: Takeover of Fannie And Freddie Aims To Revive Housing, Financial Markets (Post, September 8, 2008, Page A01)
The Reinvention: Radical Options In Play for New Structure of Firms (Post, September 8, 2008, Page A01)
Veteran Financiers to Head Fannie, Freddie (Post, September 8, 2008, Page A10)
ANALYSIS: In Crisis, Paulson's Stunning Use of Federal Power (By Steven Pearlstein, September 8, 2008, Page A01)
HOW THE RESCUE PLAN WILL WORK (Post, September 8, 2008, Page A10)
TOP GAINERS AND BIGGEST LOSERS: Among local companies trading at more than $3 per share. (Data provided by Bloomberg. Results are adjusted for dividends and splits.) (Post, September 8, 2008, Page D04)
What the Takeover Means for Your Mortgage (Post, September 8, 2008, Page A11)
Treasury to Rescue Fannie and Freddie: Regulators Seek to Keep Firms' Troubles From Setting Off Wave of Bank Failures (Post, September 7, 2008, Page A01)
U.S. Nears Rescue Plan For Fannie And Freddie: Deal Said to Involve Change of Leadership, Infusions of Capital (Post, September 6, 2008, Page A01)
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