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Greenspan Says Congress Should Let Bush Tax Cuts Expire

Former Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan said Congress should let the Bush-era tax cuts expire at the end of this year in order to boost revenue and narrow the federal deficit. "They should follow the law and let them lapse," Greenspan said in an interview with Bloomberg Television.

'Ace' Greenberg on Bailouts, Banks and Books

The former chief executive of Bear Stearns recently had a chance to share his thoughts on the federal government's bailout of Wall Street, banking reform and the controversial books about the downfall of his old firm.

Henry Paulson's Memoir Is a Cautionary Tale

Henry Paulson's just-published memoir "On the Brink" recalls the financial crisis as it unfolded in the fall of 2008. Far from a gossipy tell-all, it devotes the bulk of its pages to the cautionary tale of how the world's financial system nearly collapsed -- and what he tried to do about it.

A lost decade for the middle class

Today is Patriot Day and I feel much safer now that George W. Bush is no longer in the Oval Office to use it for his political purposes. But he...