Deborah Solomon

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Reporter in the Washington bureau of the Wall Street Journal

Deborah Solomon on KCRW

The Troubled Asset Relief Program, or  TARP , officially ended last Sunday.

The Bank Bailout Is Over but the Fallout Continues

The Troubled Asset Relief Program, or TARP , officially ended last Sunday.

from Which Way, L.A.?

The  Troubled Asset Relief Program  was rolled out two years ago in the midst of a worldwide financial panic by George Bush's Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson.  Introduced as a $700…

The Bank Bailout Is Over but the Fallout Continues

The Troubled Asset Relief Program was rolled out two years ago in the midst of a worldwide financial panic by George Bush's Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson.  Introduced as a $700…

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The White House today appointed a  Compensation Czar , who will have wide authority to set the pay for 175 top executives at seven companies that received hundreds of billions of…

Compensation Czar Will Set Executive Pay at Top Banks

The White House today appointed a Compensation Czar , who will have wide authority to set the pay for 175 top executives at seven companies that received hundreds of billions of…

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