Wall Street Conflict of Interest Settlement Expected

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Federal and state regulators are expected to announce a major settlement into allegations of conflicts of interest at the nation's largest banks and brokerage firms. The companies will pay nearly a billion dollars in fines as part of the deal. NPR's Jim Zarroli reports.



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