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Jon Corzine's brokerage house files for bankruptcy — after the feds discover loads of cash missing from customers' accounts
Alessio Rastani, Europe's answer to Gordon Gekko, made jaws drop across the internet with his dire, gleeful prediction of an economic implosion
The nation's biggest banks are unveiling their quarterly earnings, and some of the numbers are downright ugly
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