On Capitol Hill, Geithner Defends Policies

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U.S., China Pledge To Address Economic Imbalances

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Dodd Unveils Sweeping Financial Overhaul Plan

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Monthly Unemployment Rate Tops 10 Percent

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GDP Figures Expected To Show Economic Growth

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Some high-level policymakers say large firms, such as Bank of America, pose too much danger to the financial system and to taxpayers. Davis Turner/Getty Images hide caption

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Regulators Debate Pros, Cons Of 'Too Big To Fail'

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Treasury, Fed Outline Rules To Limit Exec Pay

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Executive Pay To Be Cut At Bailed Out Firms

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U.S. To Order Bailout Firms To Cut Exec Pay

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Dollar Loses Its Luster As Reserve Currency

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Analysts: Gold's Record Highs Tied To Dollar's Low

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Unemployment Rate Could Hit 10 Percent

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Recent Bank Failures Too Much For FDIC

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