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Barry Ritholtz

Why No One Went to Jail in the Financial Crisis

A Pulitzer-winning journalist digs into the reasons the Justice Department didn't prosecute wrongdoing.

One of the puzzling questions about the financial crisis is why none of the executives of the major firms were prosecuted for what some legal experts believe was widespread fraud. Jesse Eisinger, a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist at ProPublica, sat down to discuss this perplexing issue on this week's Masters in Business podcast.

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