2008-2010 financial bailout
Other current 2008-2010 financial bailout relationships:
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation - handled takeovers & buyouts of failed banks
2008-2010 financial bailout past relationships:
2008 financial crisis - government effort to restore stability & liquidity
Bailout - Agency Mortgage-Backed Securities Purchase Program - government program
Bailout - AIG Revolving Credit - government program
Bailout - AIG Securities Borrowing - government program
Bailout - Bear Stearns bridge loan - government program
Bailout - Central Bank Liquidity Swap Lines - government program
Bailout - Commercial Paper Funding - government program
Bailout - Money Market Mutual Fund Liquidity - government program
Bailout - Primary Dealer Credit - government program
Bailout - Purchases of Commercial Paper - government program
Bailout - Term Asset-Backed Securities Loan - government program
Bailout - Term Auction Facility - government program
Bailout - Term Securities Lending - government program
Bailout - TSLF Options Program - government program
Bank of New York Mellon Corporation - bailout manager
James H. Lambright - interim chief investment officer
Office of Financial Stability - managed
Office of the Inspector General for TARP - oversight agency
Presidential Task Force on the Auto Industry - advised on auto bailouts
Howard A. Schweitzer - TARP COO
Troubled Asset Relief Program (TARP) - program
Muckety news stories featuring 2008-2010 financial bailout
The Federal Reserve made like WikiLeaks this week and dumped thousands of documents onto the web.
December 4, 2010
She calls herself a TARP wife, and offers a rare glimpse of what it's like to be married to a Wall Street executive and former Master of the Universe who took billions in taxpayer dollars to bail out his company.
April 23, 2009
New York Attorney General Andrew Cuomo revealed that American International Group Inc. gave bonuses of $1 million or more to 73 people in its Financial Products subsidiary, the unit largely responsible for the company's meltdown.
March 17, 2009
Amidst the ongoing furor over its multi-million-dollar bonus plan, American International Group has released a list of financial institutions it paid with proceeds from the federal bailout.
March 17, 2009
Companies that have been awarded billions of dollars in taxpayers' money continue to donate large sums to political campaigns.
March 6, 2009
Vikram Pandit is still working out a rescue plan that would turn over as much as 40% of his bank to the U.S. government. The question is whether he will manage to hold onto his job.
February 25, 2009
As Bank of America investors question the rocky merger with Merrill Lynch and the events that led to John Thain's firing last week, the company's directors are feeling unaccustomed pressure.
January 28, 2009
The news that CIT Group Inc. and American Express were approved this week for $5.7 billion in bailout funds after becoming bank holding companies strikes us as a particular sort of American ingenuity.
December 26, 2008