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The financial crisis: One year later
When Wall Street nearly collapsed
One year after the Lehman collapse, the people who struggled to cope with the financial crisis share what they were thinking as chaos broke out.
Tim Geithner: 'We were looking at the abyss'
Bob Willumstad: A 'bunker mentality' at AIG
The SEC gets neutered again
The rejection of a BofA settlement over Merrill bonuses leaves the embattled agency exposed to more flak.
Where are the subprime perp walks?
Three years after the housing bubble popped, prosecutors have yet to bring a major case tied to the subprime fiasco. What gives?
Obama: 'Learn lessons of Lehman'
In a speech on Wall Street, president says bailouts are working and economy is stabilizing, but regulatory reform is still needed.
Judge rejects Merrill settlement
Bank of America and SEC are told that proposed $33 million penalty over bonuses is 'neither fair, nor reasonable, nor adequate.'
Fixing the financial rules: Slow going
A year after the big panic, Obama is still pushing for new oversight, but an improving economy and health care focus may get in the way.
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Ranking the rescues
We rate just how bold and effective the government plans to try and end the pain have been so far.
Heroes and zeroes of the fallout
Scroll over the financial firms that have gotten bailout money, and find few winners - and plenty of losers.
The last days of Lehman Brothers
Lehman's last weekend
Lehman Brothers' former vice chairman recalls the firm's final days before it collapsed.
Saving the system
A former Treasury insider says the government did all it could do to help Lehman survive.
Lehman's legal battle
A partner at Lehman's law firm shares her memories of the last hours before bankruptcy.
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