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Fraud and folly: The untold story of General Electric’s subprime debacle

By Michael Hudson

Woman says GE-owned subprime lender deceived, defrauded her

By Michael Hudson

New consumer finance watchdog vows to regulate predatory lenders

By Corbin Hiar

Ex-WaMu worker claims he was shunned for refusing to push toxic loans on borrowers

By Michael Hudson

Bank of America to pay record settlement over Countrywide abuses

By John Dunbar

Courts debate validity of Indian-owned payday lenders

By David Heath

Management gurus claim they were blindsided by toxic culture at Countrywide

By Michael Hudson

GOP senators' position on Consumer Financial Protection Bureau aligned with industry

By John Dunbar

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

Underwriter uncovered three frauds in one loan, suit claims

By Michael Hudson

Whistleblowers ignored, punished by lenders, dozens of former employees say

By Michael Hudson

Worst may be yet to come in foreclosure crisis, study says

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

By John Dunbar and John Dunbar

Obama housing plan gets faint praise

IMPACT: Credit union swaps payday loans for friendlier offering

By Ben Hallman

GOP candidates in foreclosure capital say government not the solution to crisis

By Michael Hudson

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