The Fed and Bear Stearns The Federal Reserve takes unprecedented action to reassure an anxious financial community, changing its operating rules and helping arrange the sale of a sagging Wall Street titan, the investment bank Bear Stearns, to JPMorgan Chase.
Bernanke Defends Fed's Rescue of Bear Stearns
'Marketplace' Report: Bear Stearns
JPMorgan Boosts Offer for Bear Stearns Buyout
Rubin to Fed: Examine Roots of Credit Crisis
Have Fed's Efforts Helped Calm Investors' Worries?
Bear Stearns' Collapse Ripples to Neighbors, Beyond
Fed Rate Cut Boosts Stocks; Another Cut Coming?
Shedding Light on the Latest Fed Rate Cut
Democrats' Advisers Weigh In on Market Turmoil
Lehman Bros. Earnings Ease Market Fears
Fed Expected to Cut Another Key Interest Rate
Investors Eye Wall Street for Other Signs of Trouble
Is the Fed Doing Enough to Help Sagging Economy?
Fed Intervention Changes the Rules
A Brief History of Bear Stearns
Bear Stearns Collapse Costly to Many
A Close Look at the Fed's Bear Stearns Action
Fed's Bear Stearns Move Breaks New Ground
What the Fed Did for Bear Stearns