Obama Uses Meltdown Anniversary To Push Financial Overhaul

President Barack Obama was on Wall Street today — one year after the collapse of Lehman Brothers and the start of the financial service industry's meltdown — to make the case for further reform of the financial regulatory system.

We live-blogged the speech in this post. Just click the "play" button below and our updates should flow in automatically:



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