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Paul Volcker: First He Challenged Obama, Then He Changed Wall Street
It was the closest thing he could get to a return of Glass-Steagall, the 1933 law that forced big banks like J.P. Morgan to spin off their riskier investment banking sides into new firms (in that case, Morgan Stanley) after the Crash that led to the
The Volcker Rule Is Tough. It's Complicated. Will It Be Effective?
How Paul Volcker and Gary Gensler took on the big banks—and won.
Bart Chilton: Volcker Rule is designed to avoid another economic collapse
Misbegotten Volcker Rule Can Still Do Good
Long debated and long-awaited, the Volcker rule is being hailed as the 21st-century equivalent of the Depression-era legislation known as the Glass-Steagall Act. For proponents of On that question, we may have to wait years for a clear answer
Abortive Volcker rule can still do good
Long debated and long-awaited, the Volcker rule is being hailed as the 21st-century equivalent of the Depression-era legislation known as the Glass-Steagall Act. For proponents On that question, we may have to wait years for a clear answer. —Bloomberg
John Stancavage: Holiday season in workplace can be tricky to navigate
Or, how George Bailey descended into depression after thinking he'd ruined his family's bank in the classic "It's a Wonderful Life"? Heck, even "If you're contemplating flying back after a holiday trip on a Monday instead of a Sunday night to save
Mark Phelan: GM's new leaders survived darkest days, pride themselves on
Detroit Free Press
“This sends a very clear message: We're in the business of designing, developing and building great cars and trucks,” said Michelle Krebs, Edmumnds.com senior analyst. “Mary's been involved in the business that's the core of GM — how to design