Who really benefited the most from the financial crisis? It may not have been Wall Street. An article from Yahoo Finance suggests these two Senators were the biggest benefactors from the crisis. And now they’re creating the next housing reform bill.
Sen. Bob Corker (R-TN) is in the spotlight for alleged insider trading involving one of the biggest shopping mall REITs in the country after the Wall Street Journal started asking questions. Turns out, it was just the tip of the iceberg.
Although Federal Reserve Vice Chair Janet Yellen is likely to be confirmed as Ben Bernanke's replacement, Sen. Bob Corker, R-Tenn., is asking questions about whether a Yellen Fed would continue to depend on aggressive monetary policies.
“The industry is satisfied with the status quo but it isn’t working and we desperately need to find ways to enable Americans to become homeowners," Pam Patenaude said. "We are the only group that can bring bipartisan efforts together that represent every segment of the housing industry.”
Nontraditional income earners are becoming increasingly mainstream, particularly among Millennials, who, compared to their parents and grandparents, move from job to job a lot more, are more likely to be independent contractors and may lack a solid credit profile.
Managing internal communications and preventing employees from destroying privilege, which can happen simply by including individuals outside the company on communications that are privileged, is one of the most critical aspects of litigation management.