How the DOJ bought more time to go after Wall Street

Full story: Fortune
The use of an obscure law in the case against Standard & Poor's gives the government a sharp tool that could impose years of litigious misery across Wall Street. Full Story
idiots united

Saint Paul, MN

#1 Feb 7, 2013
I always thought there was never any earning to get excited about. They just call them better than expected which is far off in justifying the stock invested returns more specially so for the ceo's and execs with high numbers of stock options. Hashahahahhhh! Even bernie's smirks are docile compared to wall streets extravaganzas.

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