Thrive, Fail, Rescue. Repeat.

In my current editor’s letter, I mentioned in passing that a return to a Glass-Steagall type of regulatory framework would not be a practical solution for the too-big-to-fail problem. During the copy-editing process (yes, we have that), a couple of people asked me why.

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Economic problems do trouble people but you have to be smart to select your banking skills related to investment banking and commercial banking your blog truly endures me and going through it gives correct insight how to mutually differentiate between the two system of banking..a great one indeed.keep updating nice one.
Posted by jane g | Sunday, June 30 2013 at 4:10AM ET
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