What Is Wall Street Doing To Fix This Mess? When the financial markets collapsed, the nation looked to Washington to solve the economic woes. But what about leadership on Wall Street? Robert Lenzner, national editor of Forbes Magazine, discusses why Wall Street is taking a passive role.
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What Is Wall Street Doing To Fix This Mess?

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What Is Wall Street Doing To Fix This Mess?

What Is Wall Street Doing To Fix This Mess?

What Is Wall Street Doing To Fix This Mess?

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When the financial markets collapsed, the nation looked to Washington to solve the economic woes. But what about leadership on Wall Street? Madeleine Brand talks to Robert Lenzner, national editor of Forbes Magazine, about who is best in position to lead the financial sector out of disaster.