A New Kind of Bank Settlement
Five of the biggest banks in the world pleaded guilty Wednesday to criminal charges and essentially admitted they defrauded their customers. What's significant about this settlement -- beyond the $5.6 billion in fines the banks must pay -- is that it marks the end of the practice of allowing banks to neither admit nor deny wrongdoing.
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