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  3. How GM Keeps on Truckin'

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  4. What AIG Looks Like Now (and How it Got that ...

    Despite some mammoth mistakes and a gargantuan government bailout, AIG remains a ...
  1. What are the major laws (acts) regulating financial institutions that were created ...

    Read about the major federal responses to the financial crisis of 2008, such as the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform Act and ...
  2. How does TARP affect the economy?

    TARP - or the Troubled Asset Relief Program - is a government program created in response to the subprime mortgage crisis ...
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