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Admissions of guilt mean a bank could be sued in the future, and might lose clients in the mean time.

I don't know that Steve Cohen and SAC Capital are innocent of insider trading. But they shouldn't be punished for it either way.

  • Dylan Matthews
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  • Jul 26, 2013
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As the government's lawsuit against the rating agencies starts to take shape, let's look back at how the agencies were able to do so much damage in the first place.

  • Mike Konczal
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  • Jul 14, 2013
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Rulemaking deadlines for financial reform were way too ambitious in the first place.

Mary Jo White has a reputation as a tough-as-nails prosecutor. But her record on Wall Street crimes tells a more complex tale.

  • Dylan Matthews
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  • Jan 25, 2013
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