April 27, 2010
Posted by David Zaring
  • Goldman before the senate: Tourre mentioned the sophisticated parties in much of his prepared talk, where he didn't look evil, but he did look slick; otherwise, I learned less than did the commentators at the link.
  • Now that the New Yorker is evincing some skepticism about the Goldman case, it almost feels like a movement.  John Cassidy is right to think about the ways that the case affects the possibility of financial reform; it seems like an interesting research question more generally.  But the Lehman executives must be pleased that the prosecution of them has not become the zeitgeist legal matter of the post-crisis.
  • Here's Jay Verret on how to get a job in financial regulation, that doesn't necessarily involve joining the government.
  • Here's the corp commentator list of the top ten articles of the year.

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