David Cho

Staff Writer, Washington Post

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Staff writer covering the Treasury Department and the financial industry for the Washington Post

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Former chair of the Federal Reserve, Paul Volker, is gaining clout with the Obama Administration,  pushing a crackdown  on Wall Street.

Obama Picks a Fight with the Big Banks

Former chair of the Federal Reserve, Paul Volker, is gaining clout with the Obama Administration, pushing a crackdown on Wall Street.

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Banks that were rescued as “too big to fail” are now bigger than ever.

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Banks that were rescued as “too big to fail” are now bigger than ever.

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Some banks are paying back their part of the $700 billion in  TARP  loans -- with interest.  But challenging questions remain.

Too Big to Fail - and Still Growing

Some banks are paying back their part of the $700 billion in TARP loans -- with interest.  But challenging questions remain.

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