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Sergey Aleynikov, left, a former programmer at Goldman Sachs, with his lawyer Kevin Marino outside the Manhattan Criminal Court in New York.

Justice for Goldman But Not for Its Enemies

On Thursday Goldman Sachs, the powerful Wall Street investment firm, hit the trifecta in a way that says a lot about who really gets justice in America.

First, the Department of Justice announced it would not be pursuing criminal charges … More…

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Team Obama Has Gone Too Far on Bain

It’s truly the nasty season in politics, as the Obama campaign has launched some  blistering attacks against future Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney’s tenure at Bain Capital, the controversial private equity firm he built and led from 1985 to 1999—or … More…

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Wall Street’s Stench Is All Over Facebook

Facebook’s fiasco of an IPO is turning into a full-scale Wall Street scandal.

  • The Securities and Exchange Commission, the Senate Banking Committee, and Massachusetts’ top securities regulator all have launched investigations.
  • A group of investors has filed the first lawsuit
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