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28 January 2011 By Rob Cox

The Florida bank that failed during the crisis was sanitized by the industryfunded FDIC and sold to private investors, who just booked a $1.8 bln gain with an IPO. It wouldn’t quite work for megabanks, but it’s still an example of capitalism working well with sound regulation.

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