"wall street"

Credit rating industry dodges reforms, despite role in financial meltdown →

Could Post Offices Become Public Banks? →

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Head of SEC Given Waiver to Oversee Past Client →

JPMorgan Agreed to Pay $20 Billion in Penalties Last Year →

In the fourth quarter alone, JPMorgan felt the effect of a $2 billion penalty for failing to alert authorities to Bernard L. Madoff’s huge Ponzi scheme, a $4.5 billion settlement with a group of investors over mortgage claims and a $13 billion agreement with the government over the bank’s sale of shaky mortgage securities in the years leading to the financial crisis.”

Books That Matter

See what books the Project On Government Oversight is reading to learn more about nuclear weapon mishaps, government surveillance, militarized cops, wounded soldiers, Wall Street crashes and more in our 2014 Winter Reading List.