Greenberg, Ford, Whitney on Breaking Up Banks

Sept. 4 (Bloomberg) -- Alan "Ace" Greenberg, vice chairman emeritus of JPMorgan Asset Management, Gerald J. Ford, chairman of Diamond A-Ford Corp., and Meredith Whitney, founder of Meredith Whitney Advisory Group speak about whether the largest U.S. banks should be broken up. Neil Barofsky, former special inspector for the U.S. Treasury's Troubled Asset Relief Program, Morgan Stanley analyst Betsy Graseck and Rochdale Securities analyst Richard Bove also speak. (Source: Bloomberg)
BA Parent Gets Govt Nod to Buy Aer Lingus
53:52 - British Airways-parent IAG SA won backing from the Irish government to proceed with its 1.4 billion-euro ($1.52 billion) takeover of Aer Lingus Group Plc to enlarge the airline group and bolster its lucrative trans-Atlantic network.
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