David Weidner

MarketWatch and the Wall Street Journal

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Swiss investment bank  UBS  says a 31-year old trader lost $2 billion — all on his own with bad deals.

UBS Trader Charged with $2 Billion Fraud

Swiss investment bank UBS says a 31-year old trader lost $2 billion — all on his own with bad deals.

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Executives at seven companies bailed out with taxpayer money got the word today.

Pay Czar Cuts Executive Pay

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Executives at seven companies bailed out with taxpayer money got the word today.

Pay Czar Cuts Executive Pay

Executives at seven companies bailed out with taxpayer money got the word today.

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