Treasury extends controversial bank-card deal with Comerica

By Daniel Wagner

Treasury extends Comerica program that exposed the elderly and poor to fraud.

Treasury to Comerica: Take our money, please!

By Daniel Wagner

Officials handed bank tens of millions, asked few question, in troubled card program.

ANALYSIS: Lack of leadership at the top of corporate ladder

By Wendell Potter

Misplaced values among health inusurers and investment banks.

FACT CHECK: Obama White House ‘full of Wall Street executives’?

By FactCheck.Org

Conservative super PAC runs ad on 'Obama's Wall Street Inner Circle'

Excerpts from this story referencing "Jon Corzine":

"… (Rahm Emanuel and Louis Caldera); and one was not part of the White House (Jon Corzine).The most blatantly false example is Geithner, who is pictured along with …"

"… now vice president of programs at the Jack Kent Cooke Foundation.Jon Corzine, an ex-chief executive at Goldman Sachs and former New Jersey governor. Co …"

Corzine gave $5 million to help candidates win office; now he's being grilled by Congress

By Aaron Mehta and Sandy Johnson

Once a member of Congress, Corzine now grilled by lawmakers on MF Global

Judge in Citigroup case has bucked trend of rubber stamping SEC settlements

SEC has long history of settling cases without requiring companies to admit guilt

Excerpts from this story referencing "Federal Deposit Insurance Corp":

"… ndants since at least the 1970s. And other federal agencies, including the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp., do so as well. David Martin, a former SEC attorney who now practices at …"

Bailed-out banks paid no income tax in some years, according to study

By John Dunbar and John Dunbar

New study shows bailed-out banks among those companies that paid no income tax at least one year

Excerpts from this story referencing "Wells Fargo":

"… according to an iWatch News analysis of a new study of tax dodgers. Wells Fargo & Co., Goldman Sachs Group, PNC Financial Services Group, Capital One …"

"… purchases from the Treasury Department’s Troubled Asset Relief Program. Wells Fargo received the greatest benefit among all 280 companies studied. If the bank …"

"… rly $18 billion, the study said. The banking giant paid no taxes in 2009. Wells Fargo was also among the most profitable corporations on the list, having collec …"

"… list, having collected $21.8 billion in profits over the three-year span. Wells Fargo received a $25 billion government investment in October, 2008 from the TAR …"

Reform reading: Will Warren aide fill top job at new consumer agency?

By Shirley Gao

Reform reading: Will Warren aide fill top job at new consumer agency?

Excerpts from this story referencing "Federal Deposit Insurance Corp":

"… blog.In a speech earlier this week, Geithner expressed faith that the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp's new resolution powers can adequately handle the collapse of a megabank b …"

SEC watchdog: Becoming political appointee would jeopardize White House probe

By John Solomon

The Securities and Exchange Commission’s independent watchdog says a Congressional effort to convert his position into a presidential appoin

Excerpts from this story referencing "Goldman Sachs":

"… timing of the agency’s recent enforcement case against Wall Street giant Goldman Sachs Group Inc.As his investigation ramps up, senators are debating Democratic- …"

"… pressure or coordinated the SEC’s announcement of civil charges against Goldman Sachs.Citing circumstantial evidence, Rep. Darrell Issa, R-Calif., top Republica …"

Goldman Sachs publicly backs financial reform — while dispatching army of lobbyists

By Adele Hampton

Amid attempts to rein in Wall Street, persuaders safeguard bank’s interests

Excerpts from this story referencing "Goldman Sachs":

"… the case.Staff Reporter Ben Protess contributed to this report. …"

"… debate.)Most of Goldman’s lobbying is done through an internal firm, The Goldman Sachs Group. Leading the group is Michael Paese, who was deputy staff direc …"

"… Paese answers to Faryar Shirzad, head of global government affairs for the Goldman Sachs Group. Shirzad was a top economic and national security aide to President …"

Geithner moves to new home, but some question his temporary digs

By Philip Shenon

Geithner's Kalorama residence was rent-free for eight months, was it a violation of ethics?

From Bank of America, two different stories about tracking bailout funds

By Ben Protess

Is Bank of America, the nation’s largest bank, tracking how it spends $45 billion in taxpayer funds?

Thousands of free trips taken by Pentagon staff

By M.B. Pell and Aaron Mehta

DOD personnel took $26 million in travel from industry, foreign governments.

No. 18 of The Subprime 25: American General Finance Inc./American International Group Inc. (AIG)

Total high-interest loans 2005-2007: At least $21.8 billion

Obama top recipient of AIG's hefty campaign contributions

By Kat Aaron

The American International Group, more commonly known as AIG, has become the poster child for the financial bailout. The company has receive