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Links: 2010-04-17 Failure Friday and Goldman Fraud

Bank Failure Friday

  • TD Bank, National Association, Wilmington, Delaware, Acquires All the Deposits of Three Florida Institutions
  • FDIC: Failed Bank Information – Bank Closing Information for City Bank, Lynnwood, WA
  • FDIC: Failed Bank Information – Bank Closing Information for Tamalpais Bank, San Rafael, CA
  • FDIC: Failed Bank Information – Bank Closing Information for Innovative Bank, Oakland, CA
  • FDIC: Failed Bank Information – Bank Closing Information for Butler Bank, Lowell, MA
  • FDIC: Failed Bank Information – Bank Closing Information for Lakeside Community Bank, Sterling Heights, MI
  • Goldman Fraud Case

  • What Goldman’s Conduct Reveals – Room for Debate Blog – NYTimes.com
  • Bank: Merrill Committed Same Fraud as SEC Claims Goldman Did – WSJ.com
  • Goldman Fraud Case Holds Risks for Both Sides – DealBook Blog – NYTimes.com
  • nrc.nl – Economie – ABN slachtoffer fraude door Goldman
  • Goldman Sachs – Jim Cramer – Fabrice Tourre | CNBC | Video | Mediaite
  • Goldman Sachs Executives Should Resign, Bove Says – Bloomberg.com
  • Spare Me The Sudden Outrage – The Reformed Broker
  • An Analogy for the Goldman Fraud – The Washington Independent
  • Other Links

  • Immobilienkrise: Deutsche Bank muss Wolkenkratzer-Fonds stützen – SPIEGEL ONLINE
  • BoI forced to sell assets in plan to raise €3.2bn capital – Irish, Business – Independent.ie
  • The Debt Death Trap – Nouriel Roubini – Project Syndicate
  • What’s Funnier Than Watching a Burglar Fall Off a Ladder? – DCist
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