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.

Too Big to Fail...and Still Growing

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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