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LEHMAN-JPMORGAN/LONDONWHALE
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March 15, 2013 
A U.S. and JPMorgan flag fly in front of the headquarters of JPMorgan Chase & Co bank (R) and former... 
New York, UNITED STATES 
A U.S. and JPMorgan flag fly in front of the headquarters of JPMorgan Chase & Co bank and former headquarters... 
A U.S. and JPMorgan flag fly in front of the headquarters of JPMorgan Chase & Co bank (R) and former headquarters of Bear Stearns (L) in New York, March 15, 2013. A former JPMorgan Chase & Co executive in charge of the unit that made the disastrous "London Whale" trades that became public last year, told lawmakers on Friday that she does not bear personal responsibility for the $6 billion in losses. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS) 
JPMORGAN-LAWSUIT/
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October 02, 2012 
The entrance to JPMorgan Chase's international headquarters on Park Avenue is seen in New York October... 
New York, UNITED STATES 
The entrance to JPMorgan Chase's international headquarters on Park Avenue is seen in New York 
The entrance to JPMorgan Chase's international headquarters on Park Avenue is seen in New York October 2, 2012. Federal and state officials pledged on Tuesday to bring more cases against misconduct that fueled the financial crisis, after New York sued JPMorgan Chase & Co late Monday over mortgage-backed securities packaged and sold by Bear Stearns. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS CRIME LAW) 
JPMORGAN-LAWSUIT/
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October 02, 2012 
The entrance to JPMorgan Chase's international headquarters on Park Avenue is seen in New York October... 
New York, UNITED STATES 
The entrance to JPMorgan Chase's international headquarters on Park Avenue is seen in New York 
The entrance to JPMorgan Chase's international headquarters on Park Avenue is seen in New York October 2, 2012. Federal and state officials pledged on Tuesday to bring more cases against misconduct that fueled the financial crisis, after New York sued JPMorgan Chase & Co late Monday over mortgage-backed securities packaged and sold by Bear Stearns. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS CRIME LAW) 
JPMORGAN-LAWSUIT/
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October 02, 2012 
The entrance to JPMorgan Chase's international headquarters on Park Avenue is seen in New York October... 
New York, UNITED STATES 
The entrance to JPMorgan Chase's international headquarters on Park Avenue is seen in New York 
The entrance to JPMorgan Chase's international headquarters on Park Avenue is seen in New York October 2, 2012. Federal and state officials pledged on Tuesday to bring more cases against misconduct that fueled the financial crisis, after New York sued JPMorgan Chase & Co late Monday over mortgage-backed securities packaged and sold by Bear Stearns. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS CRIME LAW) 
FINANCIAL-REGULATION/BEARSTEARNS
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May 05, 2010 
Former Bear Stearns CEO James Cayne (2nd L) shakes hands with former Securities and Exchange Commission... 
Washington, UNITED STATES 
Cayne shakes hands with Donaldson as Cox speaks with Thomas during a FCIC hearing in Washington 
Former Bear Stearns CEO James Cayne (2nd L) shakes hands with former Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) Chairman William Donaldson (L) as former SEC Chairman Christopher Cox (2nd R) speaks with Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission Vice-Chairman Bill Thomas (R) during a FCIC hearing in Washington May 5, 2010. The FCIC is charged with chronicling the causes of the worst financial crisis since the 1930s and is holding a series of hearings with the major figures from the meltdown. Cayne conceded on Wednesday that the failed investment bank had taken on too much risk. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS) 
FINANCIAL-REGULATION/BEARSTEARNS
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May 05, 2010 
Bear Stearns' last Chairman and CEO Alan Schwartz looks at Bear Stearns former Chairman and CEO James... 
Washington, UNITED STATES 
Schwartz looks at Cayne during testimony at a hearing held by the Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission... 
Bear Stearns' last Chairman and CEO Alan Schwartz looks at Bear Stearns former Chairman and CEO James Cayne (L) during testimony at a hearing held by the Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission in Washington May 5, 2010. The commission is charged with chronicling the causes of the worst financial crisis since the 1930s and is holding a series of hearings with the major figures from the meltdown. Cayne conceded on Wednesday that the failed investment bank had taken on too much risk. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS) 
FINANCIAL-REGULATION/BEARSTEARNS
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May 05, 2010 
James Cayne, former Chairman and CEO of Bear Stearns, testifies at hearing held by the Financial Crisis... 
Washington, UNITED STATES 
Cayne, former Chairman and CEO of Bear Stearns, testifies at hearing held by the Financial Crisis Inquiry... 
James Cayne, former Chairman and CEO of Bear Stearns, testifies at hearing held by the Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission in Washington May 5, 2010. The commission is charged with chronicling the causes of the worst financial crisis since the 1930s and is holding a series of hearings with the major figures from the meltdown. Bear Stearns' appetite for risk and lack of foresight were criticized at a hearing into the roots of the financial crisis, where former executives argued the firm's collapse was due to events beyond their control. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS HEADSHOT) 
FINANCIAL-REGULATION/BEARSTEARNS
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May 05, 2010 
James Cayne, former Chairman and CEO of Bear Stearns, testifies at hearing held by the Financial Crisis... 
Washington, UNITED STATES 
Cayne, former Chairman and CEO of Bear Stearns, testifies at hearing held by the Financial Crisis Inquiry... 
James Cayne, former Chairman and CEO of Bear Stearns, testifies at hearing held by the Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission in Washington May 5, 2010. The commission is charged with chronicling the causes of the worst financial crisis since the 1930s and is holding a series of hearings with the major figures from the meltdown. Bear Stearns' appetite for risk and lack of foresight were criticized at a hearing into the roots of the financial crisis, where former executives argued the firm's collapse was due to events beyond their control. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS) 
FINANCIAL-REGULATION/BEARSTEARNS
RTR2DHZF 
May 05, 2010 
James Cayne, former Chairman and CEO of Bear Stearns, testifies at hearing held by the Financial Crisis... 
Washington, UNITED STATES 
Cayne, former Chairman and CEO of Bear Stearns, testifies at hearing held by the Financial Crisis Inquiry... 
James Cayne, former Chairman and CEO of Bear Stearns, testifies at hearing held by the Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission in Washington May 5, 2010. The commission is charged with chronicling the causes of the worst financial crisis since the 1930s and is holding a series of hearings with the major figures from the meltdown. Bear Stearns' appetite for risk and lack of foresight were criticized at a hearing into the roots of the financial crisis, where former executives argued the firm's collapse was due to events beyond their control. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS) 
FINANCIAL-REGULATION/BEARSTEARNS
RTR2DHZE 
May 05, 2010 
James Cayne (L), former Chairman and CEO of Bear Stearns, and Alan Schwartz (R), the last Chairman and... 
Washington, UNITED STATES 
Former Bear Stearns Chairmans and CEOs Cayne and Schwartz testify at hearing in Washington 
James Cayne (L), former Chairman and CEO of Bear Stearns, and Alan Schwartz (R), the last Chairman and CEO of Bear Stearns, testify at a hearing held by the Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission in Washington May 5, 2010. The commission is charged with chronicling the causes of the worst financial crisis since the 1930s and is holding a series of hearings with the major figures from the meltdown. Bear Stearns' appetite for risk and lack of foresight were criticized at a hearing into the roots of the financial crisis, where former executives argued the firm's collapse was due to events beyond their control. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS) 
FINANCIAL-REGULATION/BEARSTEARNS
RTR2DHYY 
May 05, 2010 
Alan Schwartz, former Chairman and CEO of Bear Stearns, testifies at hearing held by the Financial Crisis... 
Washington, UNITED STATES 
Schwartz, former Chairman and CEO of Bear Stearns, testifies at hearing held by the Financial Crisis... 
Alan Schwartz, former Chairman and CEO of Bear Stearns, testifies at hearing held by the Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission in Washington May 5, 2010. The commission is charged with chronicling the causes of the worst financial crisis since the 1930s and is holding a series of hearings with the major figures from the meltdown. Bear Stearns' appetite for risk and lack of foresight were criticized at a hearing into the roots of the financial crisis, where former executives argued the firm's collapse was due to events beyond their control. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS) 
FINANCIAL-REGULATION/BEARSTEARNS
RTR2DHYW 
May 05, 2010 
Alan Schwartz, former Chairman and CEO of Bear Stearns, testifies at hearing held by the Financial Crisis... 
Washington, UNITED STATES 
Schwartz, former Chairman and CEO of Bear Stearns, testifies at hearing held by the Financial Crisis... 
Alan Schwartz, former Chairman and CEO of Bear Stearns, testifies at hearing held by the Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission in Washington May 5, 2010. The commission is charged with chronicling the causes of the worst financial crisis since the 1930s and is holding a series of hearings with the major figures from the meltdown. Bear Stearns' appetite for risk and lack of foresight were criticized at a hearing into the roots of the financial crisis, where former executives argued the firm's collapse was due to events beyond their control. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS) 
FINANCIAL-REGULATION/BEARSTEARNS
RTR2DHYQ 
May 05, 2010 
Alan Schwartz, former Chairman and CEO of Bear Stearns, testifies at hearing held by the Financial Crisis... 
Washington, UNITED STATES 
Schwartz, former Chairman and CEO of Bear Stearns, testifies at hearing held by the Financial Crisis... 
Alan Schwartz, former Chairman and CEO of Bear Stearns, testifies at hearing held by the Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission in Washington May 5, 2010. The commission is charged with chronicling the causes of the worst financial crisis since the 1930s and is holding a series of hearings with the major figures from the meltdown. Bear Stearns' appetite for risk and lack of foresight were criticized at a hearing into the roots of the financial crisis, where former executives argued the firm's collapse was due to events beyond their control. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS) 
FINANCIAL-REGULATION/BEARSTEARNS
RTR2DHYO 
May 05, 2010 
Alan Schwartz, former Chairman and CEO of Bear Stearns, testifies at hearing held by the Financial Crisis... 
Washington, UNITED STATES 
Schwartz, former Chairman and CEO of Bear Stearns, testifies at hearing held by the Financial Crisis... 
Alan Schwartz, former Chairman and CEO of Bear Stearns, testifies at hearing held by the Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission in Washington May 5, 2010. The commission is charged with chronicling the causes of the worst financial crisis since the 1930s and is holding a series of hearings with the major figures from the meltdown. Bear Stearns' appetite for risk and lack of foresight were criticized at a hearing into the roots of the financial crisis, where former executives argued the firm's collapse was due to events beyond their control. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS) 
FINANCIAL-REGULATION/BEARSTEARNS
RTR2DHXF 
May 05, 2010 
James Cayne, former Chairman and CEO of Bear Stearns, testifies at hearing held by the Financial Crisis... 
Washington, UNITED STATES 
Cayne, former Chairman and CEO of Bear Stearns, testifies at hearing held by the Financial Crisis Inquiry... 
James Cayne, former Chairman and CEO of Bear Stearns, testifies at hearing held by the Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission in Washington May 5, 2010. The commission is charged with chronicling the causes of the worst financial crisis since the 1930s and is holding a series of hearings with the major figures from the meltdown. Bear Stearns' appetite for risk and lack of foresight were criticized at a hearing into the roots of the financial crisis, where former executives argued the firm's collapse was due to events beyond their control. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS) 
FINANCIAL-REGULATION/BEARSTEARNS
RTR2DHXA 
May 05, 2010 
James Cayne, (R) former Chairman and CEO of Bear Stearns, speaks with his counsel prior to testifying... 
Washington, UNITED STATES 
Cayne, former Chairman and CEO of Bear Stearns, speaks with counsel prior to testifying at hearing in... 
James Cayne, (R) former Chairman and CEO of Bear Stearns, speaks with his counsel prior to testifying at hearing held by the Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission in Washington May 5, 2010. The commission is charged with chronicling the causes of the worst financial crisis since the 1930s and is holding a series of hearings with the major figures from the meltdown. Bear Stearns' appetite for risk and lack of foresight were criticized at a hearing into the roots of the financial crisis, where former executives argued the firm's collapse was due to events beyond their control. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS) 
FINANCIAL-REGULATION/BEARSTEARNS
RTR2DHWY 
May 05, 2010 
James Cayne, former Chairman and CEO of Bear Stearns, prepares to testify at hearing held by the Financial... 
Washington, UNITED STATES 
Cayne, former Chairman and CEO of Bear Stearns, prepares to testify at hearing in Washington 
James Cayne, former Chairman and CEO of Bear Stearns, prepares to testify at hearing held by the Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission in Washington May 5, 2010. The commission is charged with chronicling the causes of the worst financial crisis since the 1930s and is holding a series of hearings with the major figures from the meltdown. Bear Stearns' appetite for risk and lack of foresight were criticized at a hearing into the roots of the financial crisis, where former executives argued the firm's collapse was due to events beyond their control. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
FINANCIAL-REGULATION/BEARSTEARNS
RTR2DHWO 
May 05, 2010 
James Cayne, former Chairman and CEO of Bear Stearns, prepares to testify at hearing held by the Financial... 
Washington, UNITED STATES 
Cayne, former Chairman and CEO of Bear Stearns, prepares to testify at hearing in Washington 
James Cayne, former Chairman and CEO of Bear Stearns, prepares to testify at hearing held by the Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission in Washington May 5, 2010. The commission is charged with chronicling the causes of the worst financial crisis since the 1930s and is holding a series of hearings with the major figures from the meltdown. Bear Stearns' appetite for risk and lack of foresight were criticized at a hearing into the roots of the financial crisis, where former executives argued the firm's collapse was due to events beyond their control. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS) 
FINANCIAL-REGULATION/BEARSTEARNS
RTR2DHW6 
May 05, 2010 
James Cayne, (top C) former Chairman and CEO of Bear Stearns, speaks with counsel prior to testifying... 
Washington, UNITED STATES 
Cayne, former Chairman and CEO of Bear Stearns, speaks with counsel prior to testifying at hearing in... 
James Cayne, (top C) former Chairman and CEO of Bear Stearns, speaks with counsel prior to testifying at hearing held by the Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission in Washington May 5, 2010. The commission is charged with chronicling the causes of the worst financial crisis since the 1930s and is holding a series of hearings with the major figures from the meltdown. Bear Stearns' appetite for risk and lack of foresight were criticized at a hearing into the roots of the financial crisis, where former executives argued the firm's collapse was due to events beyond their control. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS) 
BANKING-JOBS/
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February 25, 2010 
Matt Prendergast, who lost his job at Bear Stearns and is currently unemployed, drives his son, Stephen,... 
RAMSEY, UNITED STATES 
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Matt Prendergast, who lost his job at Bear Stearns and is currently unemployed, drives his son, Stephen, 16, to school in Ramsey, New Jersey February 24, 2010. When Prendergast was laid off in 2008 after Bear Stearns collapsed, he expected to find a new job right away. With more than 20 years' experience as an investment banker, he thought he was sitting pretty, but a year and a half later, he is still looking for work. The biggest banks have bounced back from the worst financial crisis in 70 years, but for thousands of former mid-level executives like Prendergast, work remains elusive. Picture taken February 24, 2010. To match WALL ST JOBS-SPECIAL REPORT BANKING JOBS/ REUTERS/Jessica Rinaldi (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT SOCIETY) 
BANKING-JOBS/
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February 25, 2010 
Matt Prendergast, who lost his job at Bear Stearns and is currently unemployed, reads the morning paper... 
RAMSEY, UNITED STATES 
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Matt Prendergast, who lost his job at Bear Stearns and is currently unemployed, reads the morning paper at a Starbucks in Ramsey, New Jersey February 24, 2010. When Prendergast was laid off in 2008 after Bear Stearns collapsed, he expected to find a new job right away. With more than 20 years' experience as an investment banker, he thought he was sitting pretty, but a year and a half later, he is still looking for work. The biggest banks have bounced back from the worst financial crisis in 70 years, but for thousands of former mid-level executives like Prendergast, work remains elusive. Picture taken February 24, 2010. To match WALL ST JOBS-SPECIAL REPORT BANKING JOBS/ REUTERS/Jessica Rinaldi (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT SOCIETY) 
BANKING-JOBS/
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February 25, 2010 
Matt Prendergast, who lost his job at Bear Stearns and is currently unemployed, leaves the gym in business... 
RAMSEY, UNITED STATES 
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Matt Prendergast, who lost his job at Bear Stearns and is currently unemployed, leaves the gym in business attire after his morning workout in Ramsey, New Jersey February 24, 2010. When Prendergast was laid off in 2008 after Bear Stearns collapsed, he expected to find a new job right away. With more than 20 years' experience as an investment banker, he thought he was sitting pretty, but a year and a half later, he is still looking for work. The biggest banks have bounced back from the worst financial crisis in 70 years, but for thousands of former mid-level executives like Prendergast, work remains elusive. Picture taken February 24, 2010. To match WALL ST JOBS-SPECIAL REPORT BANKING JOBS/ REUTERS/Jessica Rinaldi (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT SOCIETY) 
BANKING-JOBS/
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February 25, 2010 
Matt Prendergast, who lost his job at Bear Stearns and is currently unemployed, enters the gym with his... 
RAMSEY, UNITED STATES 
To match WALL ST JOBS-SPECIAL REPORT BANKING JOBS/ 
Matt Prendergast, who lost his job at Bear Stearns and is currently unemployed, enters the gym with his business attire in hand, in Ramsey, New Jersey February 24, 2010. When Prendergast was laid off in 2008 after Bear Stearns collapsed, he expected to find a new job right away. With more than 20 years' experience as an investment banker, he thought he was sitting pretty, but a year and a half later, he is still looking for work. The biggest banks have bounced back from the worst financial crisis in 70 years, but for thousands of former mid-level executives like Prendergast, work remains elusive. Picture taken February 24, 2010. To match WALL ST JOBS-SPECIAL REPORT BANKING JOBS/ REUTERS/Jessica Rinaldi (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT SOCIETY) 
BANKING-JOBS/
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February 25, 2010 
Matt Prendergast, who lost his job at Bear Stearns and is currently unemployed, reads the morning paper... 
RAMSEY, UNITED STATES 
To match WALL ST JOBS-SPECIAL REPORT BANKING JOBS/ 
Matt Prendergast, who lost his job at Bear Stearns and is currently unemployed, reads the morning paper at a Starbucks in Ramsey, New Jersey February 24, 2010. When Prendergast was laid off in 2008 after Bear Stearns collapsed, he expected to find a new job right away. With more than 20 years' experience as an investment banker, he thought he was sitting pretty, but a year and a half later, he is still looking for work. The biggest banks have bounced back from the worst financial crisis in 70 years, but for thousands of former mid-level executives like Prendergast, work remains elusive. Picture taken February 24, 2010. To match WALL ST JOBS-SPECIAL REPORT BANKING JOBS/ REUTERS/Jessica Rinaldi (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT SOCIETY) 
BANKING-JOBS/
RTR2AVYY 
February 25, 2010 
Matt Prendergast, who lost his job at Bear Stearns and is currently unemployed, works out at his gym... 
RAMSEY, UNITED STATES 
To match WALL ST JOBS-SPECIAL REPORT BANKING JOBS/ 
Matt Prendergast, who lost his job at Bear Stearns and is currently unemployed, works out at his gym in Ramsey, New Jersey February 24, 2010. When Prendergast was laid off in 2008 after Bear Stearns collapsed, he expected to find a new job right away. With more than 20 years' experience as an investment banker, he thought he was sitting pretty, but a year and a half later, he is still looking for work. The biggest banks have bounced back from the worst financial crisis in 70 years, but for thousands of former mid-level executives like Prendergast, work remains elusive. Picture taken February 24, 2010. To match WALL ST JOBS-SPECIAL REPORT BANKING JOBS/ REUTERS/Jessica Rinaldi (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT SOCIETY) 
BANKING-JOBS/
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February 25, 2010 
Matt Prendergast, who lost his job at Bear Stearns and is currently unemployed, works out in the spinning... 
RAMSEY, UNITED STATES 
To match WALL ST JOBS-SPECIAL REPORT BANKING JOBS/ 
Matt Prendergast, who lost his job at Bear Stearns and is currently unemployed, works out in the spinning room at his gym in Ramsey, New Jersey February 24, 2010. When Prendergast was laid off in 2008 after Bear Stearns collapsed, he expected to find a new job right away. With more than 20 years' experience as an investment banker, he thought he was sitting pretty, but a year and a half later, he is still looking for work. The biggest banks have bounced back from the worst financial crisis in 70 years, but for thousands of former mid-level executives like Prendergast, work remains elusive. Picture taken February 24, 2010. To match WALL ST JOBS-SPECIAL REPORT BANKING JOBS/ REUTERS/Jessica Rinaldi (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT SOCIETY) 
BANKING-JOBS/
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February 25, 2010 
Matt Prendergast who lost his job at Bear Stearns and is currently unemployed, works out at the gym in... 
RAMSEY, UNITED STATES 
To match WALL ST JOBS-SPECIAL REPORT BANKING JOBS/ 
Matt Prendergast who lost his job at Bear Stearns and is currently unemployed, works out at the gym in Ramsey, New Jersey February 24, 2010. When Prendergast was laid off in 2008 after Bear Stearns collapsed, he expected to find a new job right away. With more than 20 years' experience as an investment banker, he thought he was sitting pretty, but a year and a half later, he is still looking for work. The biggest banks have bounced back from the worst financial crisis in 70 years, but for thousands of former mid-level executives like Prendergast, work remains elusive. Picture taken February 24, 2010. To match WALL ST JOBS-SPECIAL REPORT BANKING JOBS/ REUTERS/Jessica Rinaldi (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT SOCIETY) 
BANKING-JOBS/
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February 25, 2010 
Matt Prendergast, who lost his job at Bear Stearns and is currently unemployed, carries his business... 
RAMSEY, UNITED STATES 
Matt Prendergast, who lost his job at Bear Stearns and is currently unemployed, carries his business... 
Matt Prendergast, who lost his job at Bear Stearns and is currently unemployed, carries his business clothes as he walks into the gym in Ramsey, New Jersey, February 24, 2010. When Prendergast was laid off in 2008 after Bear Stearns collapsed, he expected to find a new job right away. With more than 20 years' experience as an investment banker, he thought he was sitting pretty, but a year and a half later, he is still looking for work. The biggest banks have bounced back from the worst financial crisis in 70 years, but for thousands of former mid-level executives like Prendergast, work remains elusive. Picture taken February 24, 2010. To match WALL ST JOBS-SPECIAL REPORT BANKING JOBS/ REUTERS/Jessica Rinaldi (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT SOCIETY) 
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February 25, 2010 
Matt Prendergast, who lost his job at Bear Stearns and is currently unemployed, reads his morning paper... 
RAMSEY, UNITED STATES 
To match WALL ST JOBS-SPECIAL REPORT BANKING JOBS/ 
Matt Prendergast, who lost his job at Bear Stearns and is currently unemployed, reads his morning paper at a Starbucks in Ramsey, New Jersey, February 24, 2010. When Prendergast was laid off in 2008 after Bear Stearns collapsed, he expected to find a new job right away. With more than 20 years' experience as an investment banker, he thought he was sitting pretty, but a year and a half later, he is still looking for work. The biggest banks have bounced back from the worst financial crisis in 70 years, but for thousands of former mid-level executives like Prendergast, work remains elusive. Picture taken February 24, 2010. To match WALL ST JOBS-SPECIAL REPORT BANKING JOBS/ REUTERS/Jessica Rinaldi (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT SOCIETY) 
USA/
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November 05, 2009 
Former Bear Stearns hedge-fund manager Ralph Cioffi arrives at court in Brooklyn in New York November... 
New York, UNITED STATES 
Former Bear Stearns hedge-fund managers Ralph Cioffi arrives at court in Brooklyn 
Former Bear Stearns hedge-fund manager Ralph Cioffi arrives at court in Brooklyn in New York November 5, 2009. Acquittals of Cioffi and his colleague Matthew Tannin could cause prosecutors to shy away from filing future cases stemming from the financial crisis, in particular the wreckage of American International Group and Lehman Brothers. REUTERS/Natalie Behring (UNITED STATES BUSINESS POLITICS) 
USA/
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November 05, 2009 
Former Bear Stearns hedge-fund manager Matthew Tannin smiles as he arrives at court in Brooklyn in New... 
New York, UNITED STATES 
Former Bear Stearns hedge-fund managers Ralph Cioffi arrives at court in Brooklyn 
Former Bear Stearns hedge-fund manager Matthew Tannin smiles as he arrives at court in Brooklyn in New York November 5, 2009. Acquittals of Tannin and his colleague Ralph Coiffi could cause prosecutors to shy away from filing future cases stemming from the financial crisis, in particular the wreckage of American International Group and Lehman Brothers. REUTERS/Natalie Behring (UNITED STATES BUSINESS POLITICS) 
USA/
RTXQDRK 
November 05, 2009 
Former Bear Stearns hedge-fund manager Matthew Tannin smiles as he arrives at court in Brooklyn in New... 
New York, UNITED STATES 
Former Bear Stearns hedge-fund manager Matthew Tannin smiles as he arrives at court in Brooklyn 
Former Bear Stearns hedge-fund manager Matthew Tannin smiles as he arrives at court in Brooklyn in New York November 5, 2009. Acquittals of Tannin and his colleague Ralph Coiffi could cause prosecutors to shy away from filing future cases stemming from the financial crisis, in particular the wreckage of American International Group and Lehman Brothers. REUTERS/Natalie Behring (UNITED STATES BUSINESS POLITICS) 
USA/
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November 05, 2009 
Former Bear Stearns hedge-fund manager Ralph Cioffi arrives at court in Brooklyn in New York November... 
New York, UNITED STATES 
Former Bear Stearns hedge-fund managers Ralph Cioffi arrives at court in Brooklyn 
Former Bear Stearns hedge-fund manager Ralph Cioffi arrives at court in Brooklyn in New York November 5, 2009. Acquittals of Cioffi and his colleague Matthew Tannin could cause prosecutors to shy away from filing future cases stemming from the financial crisis, in particular the wreckage of American International Group and Lehman Brothers. REUTERS/Natalie Behring (UNITED STATES POLITICS BUSINESS) 
USA/
RTXQDRH 
November 05, 2009 
Former Bear Stearns hedge-fund manager Ralph Cioffi (L) arrives with staff at court in Brooklyn in New... 
New York, UNITED STATES 
Former Bear Stearns hedge-fund managers Ralph Cioffi arrives at court in Brooklyn 
Former Bear Stearns hedge-fund manager Ralph Cioffi (L) arrives with staff at court in Brooklyn in New York November 5, 2009. Acquittals of Cioffi and his colleague Matthew Tannin could cause prosecutors to shy away from filing future cases stemming from the financial crisis, in particular the wreckage of American International Group and Lehman Brothers. REUTERS/Natalie Behring (UNITED STATES BUSINESS POLITICS) 
USA-FED/BAILOUT
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October 21, 2009 
The Crossroads Mall in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, is seen in this July 10, 2009 file photo . The U.S. Federal... 
Oklahoma City, UNITED STATES 
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The Crossroads Mall in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, is seen in this July 10, 2009 file photo . The U.S. Federal Reserve owns the property which it acquired in the March 2008 bailout of Bears Stearns. A $29 billion trail from the Federal Reserve's bailout of Wall Street investment bank Bear Stearns ends in the partially deserted shopping mall on a bleak industrial zone on the south side of Oklahoma City. The Crossroads Mall, a sprawling 1 million square foot shopping center at the junction of Interstate highways 244 and 35, is the sole physical asset acquired by the Fed through its massive rescue of Bear last year. To match feature USA-FED/BAILOUT REUTERS/Bill Waugh/Files (UNITED STATES BUSINESS) 
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October 21, 2009 
The Crossroads Mall in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, is seen in this file photo taken July 10, 2009. The U.S.... 
Oklahoma City, UNITED STATES 
To match feature USA-FED/BAILOUT 
The Crossroads Mall in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, is seen in this file photo taken July 10, 2009. The U.S. Federal Reserve owns the property which it acquired in the March 2008 bailout of Bears Stearns. A $29 billion trail from the Federal Reserve's bailout of Wall Street investment bank Bear Stearns ends in the partially deserted shopping mall on a bleak industrial zone on the south side of Oklahoma City. The Crossroads Mall, a sprawling 1 million square foot shopping center at the junction of Interstate highways 244 and 35, is the sole physical asset acquired by the Fed through its massive rescue of Bear last year. To match feature USA-FED/BAILOUT REUTERS/Bill Waugh/Files (UNITED STATES BUSINESS) 
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October 21, 2009 
The Crossroads Mall in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, is seen in this July 10, 2009 file photo. The U.S. Federal... 
Oklahoma City, UNITED STATES 
To match feature USA-FED/BAILOUT 
The Crossroads Mall in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, is seen in this July 10, 2009 file photo. The U.S. Federal Reserve owns the property which it acquired in the March 2008 bailout of Bears Stearns. A $29 billion trail from the Federal Reserve's bailout of Wall Street investment bank Bear Stearns ends in the partially deserted shopping mall on a bleak industrial zone on the south side of Oklahoma City. The Crossroads Mall, a sprawling 1 million square foot shopping center at the junction of Interstate highways 244 and 35, is the sole physical asset acquired by the Fed through its massive rescue of Bear last year. To match feature USA-FED/BAILOUT REUTERS/Bill Waugh/Files (UNITED STATES BUSINESS) 
USA-FED/BAILOUT
RTXPU9E 
October 21, 2009 
The Crossroads Mall in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, is seen in this July 10, 2009 file photo . The U.S. Federal... 
Oklahoma City, UNITED STATES 
To match feature USA-FED/BAILOUT 
The Crossroads Mall in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, is seen in this July 10, 2009 file photo . The U.S. Federal Reserve owns the property which it acquired in the March 2008 bailout of Bears Stearns. A $29 billion trail from the Federal Reserve's bailout of Wall Street investment bank Bear Stearns ends in the partially deserted shopping mall on a bleak industrial zone on the south side of Oklahoma City. The Crossroads Mall, a sprawling 1 million square foot shopping center at the junction of Interstate highways 244 and 35, is the sole physical asset acquired by the Fed through its massive rescue of Bear last year. To match feature USA-FED/BAILOUT REUTERS/Bill Waugh/Files (UNITED STATES BUSINESS) 
USA-FED/BAILOUT
RTXPU9C 
October 21, 2009 
The Crossroads Mall in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, is seen in this July 10, 2009 file photo. The U.S. Federal... 
Oklahoma City, UNITED STATES 
To match feature USA-FED/BAILOUT 
The Crossroads Mall in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, is seen in this July 10, 2009 file photo. The U.S. Federal Reserve owns the property which it acquired in the March 2008 bailout of Bears Stearns. A $29 billion trail from the Federal Reserve's bailout of Wall Street investment bank Bear Stearns ends in the partially deserted shopping mall on a bleak industrial zone on the south side of Oklahoma City. The Crossroads Mall, a sprawling 1 million square foot shopping center at the junction of Interstate highways 244 and 35, is the sole physical asset acquired by the Fed through its massive rescue of Bear last year. To match feature USA-FED/BAILOUT REUTERS/Bill Waugh/Files (UNITED STATES BUSINESS) 
USA-FED/BAILOUT
RTXPU98 
October 21, 2009 
The Crossroads Mall in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, is seen in this October 8, 2009 file photo . The U.S.... 
Oklahoma City, UNITED STATES 
To match feature USA-FED/BAILOUT 
The Crossroads Mall in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, is seen in this October 8, 2009 file photo . The U.S. Federal Reserve owns the property which it acquired in the March 2008 bailout of Bears Stearns. A $29 billion trail from the Federal Reserve's bailout of Wall Street investment bank Bear Stearns ends in the partially deserted shopping mall on a bleak industrial zone on the south side of Oklahoma City. The Crossroads Mall, a sprawling 1 million square foot shopping center at the junction of Interstate highways 244 and 35, is the sole physical asset acquired by the Fed through its massive rescue of Bear last year. To match feature story USA-FED/BAILOUT REUTERS/Alister Bull/Files (UNITED STATES BUSINESS) 
FINANCIAL/ETHICS
RTR23YFG 
January 28, 2009 
Bernard Madoff walks back to his apartment in New York in this December 17, 2008 file photo. The collapse... 
New York, UNITED STATES 
To match feature FINANCIAL/ETHICS 
Bernard Madoff walks back to his apartment in New York in this December 17, 2008 file photo. The collapse of investment banks Bear Stearns and Lehman Brothers, a $700 billion U.S. financial bailout and an alleged $50 billion Ponzi scheme by financier Bernard Madoff have contributed to a crisis of confidence in business that experts say will take strong action and a long time to reverse. To match feature FINANCIAL/ETHICS REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton/Files (UNITED STATES) 
FINANCIAL/ETHICS
RTR23YFE 
January 28, 2009 
Disgraced financier Bernard Madoff (R) is escorted by a U.S. Marshall as he departs U.S. Federal Court... 
New York, UNITED STATES 
To match feature FINANCIAL/ETHICS 
Disgraced financier Bernard Madoff (R) is escorted by a U.S. Marshall as he departs U.S. Federal Court after a hearing in New York in this January 5, 2009 file photo. The collapse of investment banks Bear Stearns and Lehman Brothers, a $700 billion U.S. financial bailout and an alleged $50 billion Ponzi scheme by financier Bernard Madoff have contributed to a crisis of confidence in business that experts say will take strong action and a long time to reverse. To match feature FINANCIAL/ETHICS REUTERS/Lucas Jackson/Files (UNITED STATES) 
FINANCIAL/ETHICS
RTR23YFB 
January 28, 2009 
A man holds a sign referring to disgraced financier Bernard Madoff outside Madoff's luxury apartment... 
New York, UNITED STATES 
To match feature FINANCIAL/ETHICS 
A man holds a sign referring to disgraced financier Bernard Madoff outside Madoff's luxury apartment building on New York City's upper east side in this January 14, 2009 file photo. The collapse of investment banks Bear Stearns and Lehman Brothers, a $700 billion U.S. financial bailout and an alleged $50 billion Ponzi scheme by financier Bernard Madoff have contributed to a crisis of confidence in business that experts say will take strong action and a long time to reverse. To match feature FINANCIAL/ETHICS REUTERS/Mike Segar/Files (UNITED STATES) 
BEARSTEARNS/
RTX74Q3 
June 19, 2008 
Former investment bank Bear Stearns hedge fund managers, Ralph Cioffi (L) and Matthew Tannin, are escorted... 
New York, UNITED STATES 
Combination photo of Bear Stearns' Ralph Cioffi and Matthew Tannin 
Former investment bank Bear Stearns hedge fund managers, Ralph Cioffi (L) and Matthew Tannin, are escorted by law enforcement officials after being arrested in New York June 19, 2008 in this combination photo. Cioffi and Tannin were arrested and indicted on securities fraud charges on Thursday following a federal criminal probe into the collapse of two funds they oversaw. REUTERS/Chip East (UNITED STATES) 
BEARSTEARNS/
RTX74IE 
June 19, 2008 
Matthew Tannin, former investment bank Bear Stearns hedge fund manager, is escorted by law enforcement... 
New York, UNITED STATES 
Tannin, former Bear Stearns hedge fund manager, is escorted by law enforcement officials to a waiting... 
Matthew Tannin, former investment bank Bear Stearns hedge fund manager, is escorted by law enforcement officials to a waiting car after being arrested in New York June 19, 2008, after a federal criminal probe into the collapse of funds he and fellow former hedge fund manger Ralph Cioffi oversaw, according to the Federal Bureau of Investigation. Tannin and Cioffi are expected to be indicted and arraigned on securities fraud charges. REUTERS/Chip East (UNITED STATES) 
BEARSTEARNS/
RTX74I9 
June 19, 2008 
Ralph Cioffi, former investment bank Bear Stearns hedge fund manager, is escorted by law enforcement... 
New York, UNITED STATES 
Cioffi, former Bear Stearns hedge fund manager, is escorted by law enforcement officials to a waiting... 
Ralph Cioffi, former investment bank Bear Stearns hedge fund manager, is escorted by law enforcement officials to a waiting car after being arrested in New York June 19, 2008, after a federal criminal probe into the collapse of funds he and fellow former hedge fund manger Matthew Tannin oversaw, according to the Federal Bureau of Investigation. Cioffi and Tannin are expected to be indicted and arraigned on securities fraud charges. REUTERS/Chip East (UNITED STATES) 
BEARSTEARNS/
RTX74I6 
June 19, 2008 
Matthew Tannin, former investment bank Bear Stearns hedge fund manager, is escorted by law enforcement... 
New York, UNITED STATES 
Tannin, former Bear Stearns hedge fund manager, is escorted by law enforcement officials to a waiting... 
Matthew Tannin, former investment bank Bear Stearns hedge fund manager, is escorted by law enforcement officials to a waiting car after being arrested in New York June 19, 2008, after a federal criminal probe into the collapse of funds he and fellow former hedge fund manger Ralph Cioffi oversaw, according to the Federal Bureau of Investigation. Tannin and Cioffi are expected to be indicted and arraigned on securities fraud charges. REUTERS/Chip East (UNITED STATES) 
BEARSTEARNS/
RTX74HY 
June 19, 2008 
Ralph Cioffi, former investment bank Bear Stearns hedge fund manager, is escorted by law enforcement... 
New York, UNITED STATES 
Cioffi, former Bear Stearns hedge fund manager, is escorted by law enforcement officials to a waiting... 
Ralph Cioffi, former investment bank Bear Stearns hedge fund manager, is escorted by law enforcement officials to a waiting car after being arrested in New York June 19, 2008, after a federal criminal probe into the collapse of funds he and fellow former hedge fund manger Matthew Tannin oversaw, according to the Federal Bureau of Investigation. Cioffi and Tannin are expected to be indicted and arraigned on securities fraud charges. REUTERS/Chip East (UNITED STATES) 
BEARSTEARNS/
RTX74HT 
June 19, 2008 
Matthew Tannin, former investment bank Bear Stearns hedge fund manager, is escorted by law enforcement... 
New York, UNITED STATES 
Tannin, former Bear Stearns hedge fund manager, is escorted by law enforcement officials to a waiting... 
Matthew Tannin, former investment bank Bear Stearns hedge fund manager, is escorted by law enforcement officials to a waiting car after being arrested in New York June 19, 2008, after a federal criminal probe into the collapse of funds he and fellow former hedge fund manger Ralph Cioffi oversaw, according to the Federal Bureau of Investigation. Tannin and Cioffi are expected to be indicted and arraigned on securities fraud charges. REUTERS/Chip East (UNITED STATES) 
BEARSTEARNS/
RTX74HQ 
June 19, 2008 
Ralph Cioffi, former investment bank Bear Stearns hedge fund manager, is escorted by law enforcement... 
New York, UNITED STATES 
Cioffi, former Bear Stearns hedge fund manager, is escorted by law enforcement officials to a waiting... 
Ralph Cioffi, former investment bank Bear Stearns hedge fund manager, is escorted by law enforcement officials to a waiting car after being arrested in New York June 19, 2008, after a federal criminal probe into the collapse of funds he and fellow former hedge fund manger Matthew Tannin oversaw, according to the Federal Bureau of Investigation. Cioffi and Tannin are expected to be indicted and arraigned on securities fraud charges. REUTERS/Chip East (UNITED STATES) 
BEARSTEARNS/JPMORGAN-CAYNE
RTX6AX1 
May 29, 2008 
Employees leave the Bear Stearns company headquarters in New York May 29, 2008. Bear Stearns Cos Inc.... 
New York, UNITED STATES 
Employees leave the Bear Stearns company headquarters in New York 
Employees leave the Bear Stearns company headquarters in New York May 29, 2008. Bear Stearns Cos Inc. Chairman James Cayne told employees and shareholders he was "personally sorry" for the demise of the 85-year-old investment bank, as shareholders voted to sell the company to JPMorgan Chase & Co for about $10 a share. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid (UNITED STATES) 
BEARSTEARNS/JPMORGAN-CAYNE
RTX6AX0 
May 29, 2008 
A man who identified himself as Adam sells shirts outside the Bear Stearns company headquarters in New... 
New York, UNITED STATES 
A man who identified himself as Adam sells shirts outside the Bear Stearns company headquarters in New... 
A man who identified himself as Adam sells shirts outside the Bear Stearns company headquarters in New York May 29, 2008. Bear Stearns Cos Inc Chairman James Cayne told employees and shareholders he was "personally sorry" for the demise of the 85-year-old investment bank, as shareholders on Thursday voted to sell the company to JPMorgan Chase & Co for about $10 a share. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid (UNITED STATES) 
USA/
RTR1Z2TX 
April 03, 2008 
Sen. Chris Dodd (D-CT) (L), Chairman of the Senate Banking Committee, and ranking member Sen. Richard... 
Washington, UNITED STATES 
Dodd and Shelby listen to testimony during a hearing on the response by federal financial regulators... 
Sen. Chris Dodd (D-CT) (L), Chairman of the Senate Banking Committee, and ranking member Sen. Richard Shelby (R-AL) (R) listen to testimony during a hearing on the response by federal financial regulators to ongoing turmoil in U.S. credit and mortgage markets and the near collapse of brokerage firm Bear Stearns, on Capitol Hill, April 3, 2008. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst (UNITED STATES) 
USA/
RTR1Z2TW 
April 03, 2008 
Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke (at table, from left), SEC Chairman Christopher Cox, Treasury Undersecretary... 
Washington, UNITED STATES 
Bernanke, Cox, Steel and Geithner appear before the Senate Banking Committee about the near collapse... 
Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke (at table, from left), SEC Chairman Christopher Cox, Treasury Undersecretary for Domestic Finance Robert Steel and Timothy Geithner, president of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, appear before the Senate Banking Committee during a hearing on the response by federal financial regulators to ongoing turmoil in U.S. credit and mortgage markets and the near collapse of brokerage firm Bear Stearns, on Capitol Hill in Washington, April 3, 2008. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst (UNITED STATES) 
USA/
RTR1Z2TV 
April 03, 2008 
Alan Schwartz (C), president and chief executive of Bear Stearns, waits to testify to the Senate Banking... 
Washington, UNITED STATES 
Schwartz waits to testify to the Senate Banking Committee on the response by federal financial regulators... 
Alan Schwartz (C), president and chief executive of Bear Stearns, waits to testify to the Senate Banking Committee during a hearing on the response by federal financial regulators to ongoing turmoil in U.S. credit and mortgage markets and the near collapse of brokerage firm Bear Stearns, on Capitol Hill in Washington April 3, 2008. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst (UNITED STATES) 
USA/
RTR1Z2TS 
April 03, 2008 
Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke testifies during a hearing on the response by federal financial... 
Washington, UNITED STATES 
Bernanke testifies to the Senate Banking Committee about the near collapse of brokerage firm Bear Stearns,... 
Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke testifies during a hearing on the response by federal financial regulators to ongoing turmoil in U.S. credit and mortgage markets and the near collapse of brokerage firm Bear Stearns, on Capitol Hill in Washington, April 3, 2008. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst (UNITED STATES) 
USA/
RTR1Z2TI 
April 03, 2008 
James Dimon (R), Chairman and CEO of JP Morgan Chase, waits to testify to the Senate Banking Committee... 
Washington, UNITED STATES 
Dimon waits to testify to the Senate Banking Committee on the response by federal financial regulators... 
James Dimon (R), Chairman and CEO of JP Morgan Chase, waits to testify to the Senate Banking Committee during a hearing on the response by federal financial regulators to ongoing turmoil in U.S. credit and mortgage markets and the near collapse of brokerage firm Bear Stearns, on Capitol Hill in Washington, April 3, 2008. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst (UNITED STATES) 
USA/
RTR1Z2SI 
April 03, 2008 
Alan Schwartz, president and chief executive of Bear Stearns, testifies to the Senate Banking Committee... 
Washington, UNITED STATES 
Schwartz testifies to the Senate Banking Committee on the response by federal financial regulators to... 
Alan Schwartz, president and chief executive of Bear Stearns, testifies to the Senate Banking Committee during a hearing on the response by federal financial regulators to ongoing turmoil in U.S. credit and mortgage markets and the near collapse of brokerage firm Bear Stearns, on Capitol Hill in Washington April 3, 2008. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst (UNITED STATES) 
USA/
RTR1Z2S4 
April 03, 2008 
Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke (from R-L), SEC Chairman Christopher Cox, Treasury Undersecretary... 
Washington, UNITED STATES 
Bernanke, Cox, Steel and Geithner testify to the Senate Banking Committee about the near collapse of... 
Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke (from R-L), SEC Chairman Christopher Cox, Treasury Undersecretary for Domestic Finance Robert Steel and Timothy Geithner, president of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, testify to the Senate Banking Committee during a hearing on the response by federal financial regulators to ongoing turmoil in U.S. credit and mortgage markets and the near collapse of brokerage firm Bear Stearns, on Capitol Hill in Washington April 3, 2008. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst (UNITED STATES) 
USA/
RTR1Z2RZ 
April 03, 2008 
Alan Schwartz (R), president and chief executive of Bear Stearns, confers with attorney Robert Bennett... 
Washington, UNITED STATES 
Schwartz confers with attorney Bennett before testifying to the Senate Banking Committee in Washington... 
Alan Schwartz (R), president and chief executive of Bear Stearns, confers with attorney Robert Bennett (L) before testifying to the Senate Banking Committee during a hearing on the response by federal financial regulators to ongoing turmoil in U.S. credit and mortgage markets and the near collapse of brokerage firm Bear Stearns, on Capitol Hill in Washington April 3, 2008. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst (UNITED STATES) 
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