Americans are furious and "have a right to be" about the hefty bonuses banks paid out after getting billions of dollars in federal help, the chairman of the Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission told chief executives of four major banks this morning.
Daniel Wagner and Jim Kuhnhenn
, January 13, 2010
Bank of America’s surprise move to pay back $45 billion in federal bailout money ratchets up pressure on rivals Wells Fargo and Citigroup to get out from under the government’s thumb. But don’t expect it to happen anytime soon.
Some of New York's biggest companies, including Wall Street giants Goldman Sachs and Citigroup, received doses of swine flu vaccine for at-risk employees, drawing criticism that the hard-to-find vaccine is going first to the privileged.
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