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Money & Careers

Toni Geyelin: Give Madoff Some Cellmates

By Antoinette Geyelin
So, Mr. Bernard Madoff is going to jail for 150 years. Seems like a fairer sentence than the twelve his lawyers asked for. But you know what? I don’t think he should be there alone; I think he should have some company. Quite a lot of company in fact. Who should be there with him? For starters, all the fund…
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Money & Careers · Politics

Financial Collapse: Why All Americans Are Responsible

By Patricia Yarberry Allen, M.D.
 We will never be the same because of the economic crisis of this year.  In one way, at least, this is a good thing.   We now have an opportunity to become informed about the way our financial system works, what roles politics, lobbying by so many special interest groups, and government regulation and oversight play in this very complicated dance…
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Zoe Cruz: Can Women Ever Beat The Street?

By Stewart Susan
This week’s New York Magazine has a wild story about the firing of Morgan Stanley executive Zoe Cruz, 52, perhaps the most powerful woman on Wall Street. The story is a dramatic tale of the double standards that women in finance face. Wall Street women, by and large, were not surprised. In tough financial times, female executives tend to be…
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