TWIB: Lessons from 2008 financial collapse

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September 22, 2013, 2:42 pm
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(NECN) - Peter Howe and Paul Guzzi of the Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce discuss the fifth anniversary of the financial crisis. In many ways, we have recovered remarkably as the stock market has hit record highs and most of the bailout money repaid with some profits.  

Cornelius "Con" Hurley of Boston University's Center for Finance, Law and Policy says that while progress has been made, we still have a ways to go.

Watch the above video for the complete discussion.

Tags: economy, Peter Howe, TWIB, Paul Guzzi, Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce, This Week in Business , Cornelius Hurley
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