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  • Rosenthal: China too big to be ignored

    A free trade agreement between the United States and China? Really? How would that work? We give them our intellectual property and they give us their political dissidents? Loosening restrictions on trade and investment between the two justifiably...
  • Vice President Joe Biden in Orlando Friday to talk to mayors

     
    Vice President Joe Biden will be in Orlando Friday to give the keynote address to the annual national conference of the U.S. Conference of Mayors. The convention, of mayors from throughout the country, runs Wednesday through Saturday at the Loews Royal...
  • Chicago Confidential: Lehman Brothers bankruptcy examiner believes lessons not heeded

    Chicago Confidential: Lehman Brothers bankruptcy examiner believes lessons not heeded
    The lessons of Lehman Brothers, Chicagoan Anton Valukas says, haven't been learned. He would know. As the man charged by the bankruptcy court with getting to the bottom of what caused the largest bankruptcy in history, the Jenner & Block chairman and...
  • INKED! Occupy Mars: Red Planet mania is a red herring

    INKED! Occupy Mars: Red Planet mania is a red herring
    Dateline: MARS — Just a year after the successful colonization of Mars, the beings of the Red Planet say they want their independence, according to the Galactic Press. On the eve of President Henry Paulson’s historic announcement that the...
  • Henry Paulson turns career adviser at U. of C.

     Henry Paulson turns career adviser at U. of C.
    Former U.S. Treasury Secretary and former Goldman Sachs CEO Henry Paulson worked as a career coach Friday for University of Chicago MBA students. He started with the rather unhelpful, yet charming, anecdote about setting off for Dartmouth College and...
  • The secret meeting between Henry Paulson and hedge-fund chiefs

     
    In case there wasn't enough anger about the cozy ties between Wall Street and Washington, new revelations this morning suggest that former Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson gave hedge funds an inside scoop about the government's plans for Freddie and...
  • Ethics lawyer gets more time to investigate Maxine Waters case

     
    The House Ethics Committee has given an outside lawyer more time to examine whether the committee’s own staff acted improperly in investigating allegations of misconduct against veteran Rep. Maxine Waters (D-Los Angeles), further delaying a probe...
  • Geithner and top Fed officials discuss debt-ceiling options

     
    Treasury Secretary Timothy F. Geithner met Friday with Federal Reserve Chairman Ben. S. Bernanke and New York Fed President William C. Dudley to discuss what would happen if Congress does not raise the nation's debt ceiling by an Aug. 2 deadline....
  • Ex-Merrill CEO John Thain regrets not demanding a U.S. bailout of Lehman Bros.

     
    The trillion-dollar question comes around yet again: Would a government bailout of Lehman Bros. in September 2008 have avoided the global financial crisis and the market crash that followed it? Former Merrill Lynch CEO John Thain thinks so, according to.....
  • Movie Review: Inside Job

     
    We meet all the usual suspects — the round robin of Robert Rubin, Henry Paulson, Timothy Geithner and their ilk, bouncing from big investment banking firms to positions of power in assorted presidential administrations or high-ranking roles in the...
  • A conversation with Oliver Stone

     
    Oliver Stone talked to us Thursday, the day before his new film "Money Never Sleeps," hit theaters, for a story about his complicated relationship with Wall Street. This being Oliver Stone, though, he talked about a lot more than just......