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Alert Name: Mortgage NYT
September 13, 2009 Compiled: 1:20 AM

WEEK IN REVIEW

Some famous first words about the economic meltdown.

WEEK IN REVIEW

The director Oliver Stone has been back in Lower Manhattan filming a sequel to his 1987 movie “Wall Street.” Three New York Times reporters suggest plotlines.

OPINION

This was a silly summer, as wasteful in its way as the summer of 2001, when Washington dithered over the now-forgotten Gary Condit scandal while Al Qaeda plotted.

BUSINESS / ECONOMY

The former Fed chairman relied on the theory of the invisible hand, but that assumes people are rational and wise. They aren’t.

BUSINESS / ECONOMY

Even before the recession hit, many lived beyond their means because incomes have fallen as the costs of middle-class American life have risen.

BUSINESS / ECONOMY

The regulatory approach that exacerbated the financial crisis — playing favorites — is being repeated on a larger scale with health care.

BUSINESS

In the aftermath of the financial crisis, many experts want formulas for risk that look at human behavior and how it can change rapidly.

BUSINESS

A look at how some of the people who worked at Lehman are faring now, and how they have survived the emotional tumult of the firm’s sudden collapse a year ago.

BUSINESS

The financial arena still operates the same and is supervised the same one year after the crisis.

BUSINESS

Lloyd C. Blankfein, the chief executive of Goldman Sachs, emphasizes a duty for employees to interpret their roles broadly.

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