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Subprime argument

10 November 2009 By Antony Currie

The case against Bear fund managers Cioffi and Tannin was the closest anything came to a trial over Wall Street’s role in the financial crisis. Their acquittal suggests blame isn’t easy to apportion. Like Dick Fuld and others with skin in the game, incompetence is no crime.

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