One Year Later

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Tuesday, September 15, 2009

A year ago this week Wall Street began imploding. Crain’s New York editorial directorGreg David surveys how the city’s financial landscape has changed and Brian takes your calls on how you’ve survived the past twelve months. Plus a reporters’ roundtable on primary day; and why distressed homeowners have such a hard time getting help.


Greg David

Wall St. Meltdown, One Year Later

It was September 15th, 2008 that Lehman Bros. filed for bankruptcy and the financial industry suffered one of its worst weeks ever. Greg David of Crain's New York Business was the guest one year ago; he discusses where the NYC economy stands today.

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Primary Day Roundtable

David Chen, reporter for the New York Times, Liz Benjamin, political reporter for the Daily News and Juan Manuel Benitez, Reporter for NY1 Noticias and Host of Pura Política, discuss the Democratic Primary elections.

Plus, an informal, unofficial, thoroughly unscientific exit poll. Tell us how you voted and ...

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Still Waiting on Mortgage Help

Jennifer Sinton, deputy director of the Foreclosure Prevention Project for South Brooklyn Legal Services and Judy Bruskowitz, certified loan counselor with New Jersey Citizen Action explains why so many homeowners still have a hard time getting loan modifications and where the foreclosure crisis is going next.

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No Deal Between B of A and the SEC

Liz Rappaport, Wall Street Journal reporter, explains why a judge threw out a settlement deal between the Securities and Exchange Commission and Bank of America over its disclosure of controversial bonuses paid to Merrill Lynch employees.

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