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The EU is expected to accuse multiple banks of fixing "LIBOR's less known cousin"
Bob Diamond could lose out on $31 million in compensation over the LIBOR scandal
We'd really like to know what happened at the NY Fed's 2008 meeting on "Fixing LIBOR"
Congress wants another try at asking a banker tough questions, this time with Bob Diamond
Geithner alerted British officials to potential LIBOR rigging in 2008
April 2008: "we’re not posting um, an honest LIBOR...if we didn’t do it...It draws, um, unwanted attention on ourselves"
Treasury's 2008 recommendations for fixing LIBOR were basically verbatim banking industry suggestions
Mervyn King: we were never told of "any concerns about the final [Libor] outcome"
Geithner defends himself against King defending himself against Geithner
9 hrs ago
"What backs the value of money?"
9 hrs ago
“People want money”
11 hrs ago
Reminder: The most dangerous drug in the U.S. is alcohol
The rise and fall of democracy in Russia
Paul Singer is tired of being the bad guy in this Argentina debt fight
An update on Fantex, the company that let's you buy equity in athletes (sort of)
The outlaw Instagrammers of New York City
The theory behind the universal basic income
Home renting scams proliferate on AirBnB competitor HomeAway
Food insecurity is a huge problem among students — most of whom are too proud to admit it
The biggest business in the Bridal Veil, Oregon
Skipping subway fare has become one of the most common reasons for incarceration in NYC
Facebook wants to label The Onion links as "satire"
Ferguson and growing suburban poverty
We are Bacon and Kale States of America
"Most non-struggling companies don't have to issue press releases stating that they are not struggling"
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