Kathy Kristof

Financial reporter and columnist for the Los Angeles Times

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Financial reporter and columnist for the Los Angeles Times

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Last week the federal government closed down the  IndyMack Bank  in Pasadena—a major mortgage holder with 33 branches.  When it reopened this morning, depositors were  lined up  on the…

IndyMac Bank Re-Opens Its Doors After Being Taken Over by the FDIC

Last week the federal government closed down the IndyMack Bank in Pasadena—a major mortgage holder with 33 branches.  When it reopened this morning, depositors were lined up on the…

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