Riggs Bank and Martha Stewart In Washington, the city's oldest and largest bank is under investigation for laundering the dirty money of dirty regimes. And in New York, the nation's most celebrated lifestyle authority is headed to five months in prison. NPR's Scott Simon reviews the week's business news with Joe Nocera, editorial director at Fortune magazine.
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Riggs Bank and Martha Stewart

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Riggs Bank and Martha Stewart

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In Washington, the city's oldest and largest bank is under investigation for laundering the dirty money of dirty regimes. And in New York, the nation's most celebrated lifestyle authority is headed to five months in prison. NPR's Scott Simon reviews the week's business news with Joe Nocera, editorial director at Fortune magazine.