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The "Julius Caesar" Controversy Reveals The Challenges Of Protest Art In Trump's America
In 2017, political art is angrier than ever — and so is the backlash against it. The Trump-inspired Shakespeare in the Park production of Julius Caesar has sparked another fierce debate over artistic expression and what it means to go too far.
Bank Of America Sets Aside Another $4 Billion For Legal Costs, Leading To 43% Drop In Profits
The bank that's had to pay out the most in litigation following the financial crisis suffered another disappointing quarter as it readied its legal reserve for a settlement with the Justice Department that could cost over $12 billion.
Bank Of America's Shareholders Might Be Stuck With A Penny
Bank of America's disappointing stress test results raise the question of whether or not the Fed will approve bigger shareholder payouts. Update: The Federal Reserve made errors in calculating some minimum capital ratios and has released new figures which are included.
Why Our Financial System Isn't That Much Safer Five Years After The Crisis
Banking executives and regulators say that with the current compensation structure and a lack of capital backing for certain financial products, the U.S. financial system is still on shaky ground, even half a decade after the crisis of 2008. The discussion was part of the Bloomberg Markets 50 conference.