Bethany McLean

Bethany McLean is a contributing editor at Vanity Fair and the co-author of All the Devils Are Here: The Hidden History of the Financial Crisis.

Bethany McLean writes a weekly business column for Slate and is a contributing editor to Vanity Fair. She is the author (with Joe Nocera) of All the Devils Are Here: The Hidden History of the Financial Crisis and (with Peter Elkind) "The Smartest Guys In The Room."

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Aug. 30 2011 5:22 PMNo, You Can't Invest Like Warren BuffettHis Bank of America deal is a bargain no ordinary investor could get.
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Aug. 12 2011 2:19 PMRisk On!Do the Fed, computer trading, and a few hedge funds rule the market? That might explain why it's lost its mind.
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Aug. 2 2011 11:07 AMMoody's JunkiesIf everyone hates the credit rating agencies, why won't anyone enforce the Dodd-Frank provision to dethrone them?
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July 20 2011 4:21 PMSquid LoveWhy aren't clients fleeing Goldman Sachs?
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July 1 2011 3:24 PMCrack in the DamBank of America's mortgage settlement doesn't benefit homeowners now, but it may down the road.
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June 23 2011 11:58 AMCapital PunishmentWhy stricter capital requirements wouldn't have prevented our most recent financial crises.
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April 5 2011 5:24 PMFive QuestionsA bouquet of dilemmas for the current economy.
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March 15 2011 6:30 PMCities for SalePsst! Wanna buy the New Jersey Turnpike?
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Feb. 22 2011 5:35 PMCorporate SubprimeThe default crisis that never happened.
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Feb. 10 2011 6:28 PMThe ABCs of QRMWhy a regulation you haven't heard of matters as much as Fannie and Freddie.
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Jan. 26 2011 7:22 PMThe Sure ThingBankUnited's resurrection illustrates everything that went wrong in the housing bubble.
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Jan. 7 2011 5:57 PMStraw Into GoldmanGoldman Sachs' Facebook deal is just the latest example of how Wall Street favors the big guys.
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Dec. 21 2010 6:29 PMToo Big To BailIs Japan the next major world economy to tank?
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Nov. 30 2010 5:29 PMA Financial Party PlatterNine economic thoughts to nibble on as you recover from Thanksgiving dinner.
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Nov. 16 2010 5:09 PMThe Appraisal RacketWhy the housing bubble's burst failed to align the home-appraisal business with reality.
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Aug. 17 2011 5:52 PMS&P's French KissFrance deserves a downgrade at least as much as the United States.
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Aug. 5 2011 12:19 PMBe AfraidWhy the markets are tanking.
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July 22 2011 11:21 AMHappy Birthday, Dodd-FrankIn the absence of smarter bankers, regulation will have to do.
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July 6 2011 5:58 PMQE2 Winners and LosersHow the Fed's stimulus maneuver helped the rich and screwed the poor.
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June 29 2011 12:56 PMThe Man That Got AwaySubprime prosecutors hunt small game.
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June 14 2011 2:20 PMGoldman's Perjury DistractionDid Goldman con the government? Who knows. Did it con its customers? You bet.
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March 29 2011 5:22 PMLeft Hand, Meet Right HandThe government sues bankers over offenses government regulators once ignored.
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March 2 2011 6:10 PMBanks, Mars, and VenusThe proposed Foreclosuregate settlement reveals a chasm between the banks and the rest of us.
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Feb. 15 2011 4:02 PMDisappearing ActFannie and Freddie aren't going anywhere.
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Feb. 2 2011 4:14 PMHock Around the ClockWall Street's debt problem is different from yours.
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Jan. 20 2011 2:25 PMDueling IndicatorsEurope's economy is peachy, says the stock market. No, it's doomed, say the credit markets. Which is right?
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Jan. 4 2011 6:20 PMWaters for ElephantsWhy couldn't the Democratic Congress conduct an ethics trial for Rep. Maxine Waters?
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Dec. 16 2010 6:22 PMTake a Load Off FannieWhy won't the GOP's financial-crisis report follow the money?
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Nov. 23 2010 2:11 PMUnbudging BudgetWhy the federal deficit reminds me of Enron.
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Nov. 9 2010 3:26 PMFed-Bashing Three WaysBeating up on the Fed used to make you an oddball. Does it still?

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