David Hirschmann

Senior Vice President, US Chamber of Commerce

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Senior Vice President at the US Chamber of Commerce and President and CEO of its Center for Capital Markets Competitiveness

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In a major shift from his days as head of the Federal Reserve, Alan  Greenspan said  last week that America's major financial institutions are "too big to fail."  He said that means…

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In a major shift from his days as head of the Federal Reserve, even Alan Greenspan  said last week  that it's time to break up those banks and brokerages that are "too big to fail." …

Is It Time to Bust the Trusts Again?

In a major shift from his days as head of the Federal Reserve, even Alan Greenspan said last week that it's time to break up those banks and brokerages that are "too big to fail." …

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