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What do the fine and aid to consumers mean for big banks and those who suffered huge losses during the recession?
Justice Department was investigating the bank over propagating risky mortgages that helped lead to the Great Recession
Americans ages 30 to 49 least likely to have any savings even though they need them most, financial analysts say
The authors suggest investing in work re-entry programs could reduce the risk of suicide
Securities and Exchange Commission rules aim to better protect markets against aggressive short-term trading
Executives at 25 universities saw 14 percent higher salary increase than national average after 2008 recession
Once home to the Detroit Lions and Pistons, the Silverdome now is a symbol of life before the Great Recession
High levels of indebtedness aren’t just a drag on the economy; the costs to popular sovereignty are much greater
The recession has seen some states cut their public higher education budget by more than 30 percent
The world still hasn’t learned its lesson from the Reinhart-Rogoff debacle