William D. Cohan

Fixing the Moral Rot on Wall Street

Can it be true that the trillions of dollars we spent bailing out Wall Street only restored the deeply flawed status quo, instead of bringing about the fundamental system overhaul we needed? One of the unintended consequences of the rescue of the banks in 2008 was to restore many of the most heinous aspects of… Read more »

Ending the Moral Rot on Wall Street

What will it take for Americans to finally get the message that much of Wall Street, in its current form, is a corrupt enterprise in need of a top-to-bottom overhaul, a task that the year-old Dodd-Frank law, for all its verbosity, barely attempts? There is ample evidence in the detritus left behind by the ebb… Read more »