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Bonus: Why didn't any Wall Street CEO go to jail after the financial crisis?
Your regularly scheduled episode of Marketplace will be up this afternoon. Until then, let's take a look the question we received mostÂ throughout our reporting on the 10-year anniversary of the financial crisis. Millions of people lost their homes, their jobs, and their savings. The Great Recession collectively destroyed more than $30 trillion of the worldâ€™s wealth. And though the crisis grew out of big banksâ€™ handling of mortgage-backed securities, no Wall Street executive went to jail for it. So, what happened? This episode collects and expands on Kai Ryssdal's reporting series, originally aired Feb. 25 to 27.Â
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The American economy all but collapsed in 2008, but no CEOs on Wall Street went to jail. Today, we begin three-part series looking at why. Plus: stormy weather for Home Depot and New York City's plan to cut congestion while fixing the subway.
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After the financial crisis, it was hard to make a case stick
As the nation was slowly recovering from the financial crisis, the Justice Department had a choice: Go after big banks with criminal cases that could be tough to win or use powerful civil penalties and negotiate settlements? In the last installment of our special series, we'll look at how the government made that decision and why no CEO went to jail. Plus, the sanctions that cut short President Donald Trump's summit with North Korea.