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December 08, 2012



I think that consumers have to hope that most of the time, large financial organizations will make decisions that benefit everyone, not just the company's shareholders, or another exclusive group.

The bailouts that were taking place at the time did not inspire much consumer confidence. After all, consumers felt, and still feel, that financial institutions that received bailouts were receiving public funds to cover their mistakes.

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