Steve Eisman doesn’t think it was unethical to make millions of dollars off the financial crisis. The numbers were there—he just knew what they meant.
“The Chinese economy, though in certaın aspects open, is still ultimately controlled and desıgned to benefit the communist elite. China’s economic liberalizatıon is more easily understood as a form of crony capitalism, rather than a truly liberal economy wıth far reaching benefits.”
Steve Kerrigan talked to college students at Northeastern University last Monday about the Mass. gubernatorial race and the importance of forming a strong economy.
Government’s Neglect To Punish Wall Street For 2008 Crisis Reflects Social Views On Crime, Says Taibbi
The 2008 financial crisis had profound economic implications for average Americans. As many lost their homes, savings, and jobs, the executives at Wall Street’s most influential investment firms—the men who engaged in risky practices to boost their own personal gain—were never punished for their actions. This speaks to a change in how society and the press views crime, said award-winning author and journalist Matt Taibbi.