federal bailout

40 examples (0.03 sec)
  • Paul said he thought a federal bailout would send the wrong message to other cities with financial problems.
  • The federal government gave the bank a $500 million bailout, the first major federal bailout of a national bank.
  • He has advocated passing a law allowing for state bankruptcy and expressly ruling out a federal bailout of any states.
  • He is one of only seventeen members of congress to vote against every federal bailout under both the Bush and Obama administrations.
  • Chrysler avoided bankruptcy in the late 1970s, but only with the aid of a federal bailout.
  • Levin supported a Federal bailout of the auto industry, while Hoogendyk opposed the idea.
  • He recently has been called upon by media for expert commentary on issues including the federal bailout of American Insurance Group and securities regulation.
  • In 2008, AIG's image was damaged due to its need for a Federal bailout during the financial crisis.
  • AIG paid bonuses to executives in its Financial Services division after receiving more than $170 billion in federal bailout aid.
  • For instance, his father voted for the 1975 federal bailout of a bankrupt New York City even though he personally opposed it.
  • Ershon's arrest leads to a stock market crash and the subsequent federal bailout of Lendl Global.
  • During the congressional debates on a federal bailout, Jackson worried about the viability of various plan iterations to his constituents.
  • Boman joined every Michigan Libertarian candidate for the United States House of Representatives, in publicly expressing disapproval of any federal bailout plan.
  • John Ricardo held onto his position as chairman for another year, but his presence merely stood in the way of the hoped-for federal bailout, thus he summarily resigned in early 1979 with Iacocca assuming his position.
  • The legislation was created to prevent Iranian business partners like Nokia and Siemens from receiving large government contracts as well as foreign banks like Credit Suisse from receiving federal bailout money.
  • In late 2008, McArdle wrote extensively against a proposed federal bailout of the U.S. auto industry (which ultimately occurred in early 2009).
  • In December 2008, Corker opposed the federal bailout of failing U.S. automakers, and expressed doubt that the companies could be salvaged.
  • The prospect of a federal bailout of failing US automakers appeared dim pending the inauguration of Barack Obama.
  • A November 20, 2008 Detroit Free Press article said that the UAW was considering ending its jobs bank program as a condition for a federal bailout.
  • New York Times reported that the U.S. Treasury Department found a sizeable decrease in small-business lending by the 22 largest bank recipients of federal bailout money.
  • Next »