A daunting litany of ills imperils U.S. banks, from toxic assets to rising loan defaults. After the irritating spectacle that played out in Washington yesterday, we can add a new threat: the Congressional Oversight Panel tracking TARP.
New York Governor Eliot Spitzer, once known as the Sheriff of Wall Street, has been linked to a high-priced prostitution ring. The allegations have rocked New York, and Wall Street in particular.
The criminal investigation that discovered Governor Eliot Spitzer's tryst began last year in a nondescript office building opposite a Dunkin’ Donuts on Long Island, according to law enforcement officials.
Though Wall Street has been quick to judge the character failings of Gov. Eliot Spitzer following his alleged participation in a prostitution ring, the man’s record as a crime-fighter against Wall Street and Corporate America drew mixed reviews.
Eliot Spitzer resigned as governor of New York after being implicated in a prostitution ring. He will be succeeded by Lt. Gov. David Paterson.
With the resignation of Eliot Spitzer, Lt. Governor David A. Paterson will become New York's first African-American governor and the first-ever legally blind governor in U.S. history.
New York Governor Eliot Spitzer apologized today to his family and the public after reports linked him to a high-priced prostitution ring. CNBC's Larry Kudlow and his panel take a closer look.
New York Governor Eliot Spitzer is under intense pressure to resign, with CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera
The latest in the Eliot Spitzer prostitution scandal, with Walter Pagano, a former IRS agent; Wilmer Parker, a white-collar criminal defense attorney; and CNBC's Scott Cohn
The law that Eliot Spitzer used to catch money launderers apparently has him on the verge of resignation, with Harvey Pitt, former SEC chairman and CNBC's David Faber