Bank Failures Cost $88 Billion While U.S. Enforces in the DarkRobert Schmidt and Craig Torres
Using a secret enforcement tool, federal regulators in 2005 tried to limit the growth of Vineyard Bank, which was making commercial real estate loans in Southern California at almost double the rate of its peers.
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