government bailout

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  • Another reason banks might adopt a fragile financial structure is because they expect a government bailout in the event of a financial crisis.
  • SJ received a government bailout a few years after its creation, but has since had profit margins of up to ten per cent.
  • Because there is no political support for a government bailout of the firm, the government turns to Lehman's competitors for help.
  • The Panel released monthly oversight reports that evaluate the government bailout and related programs.
  • The Panel released monthly oversight reports that evaluated the government bailout and related programs.
  • One of the points that was revealed about the case is that they were examining who 'leaked' the information about the bank receiving its emergency government bailout.
  • Worthington National Bank participated in a successful advertising campaign in response to the government bailout in 2008.
  • The executives had hand-picked their boards of directors, which handed out billions in bonuses after the government bailout.
  • Another proposal for government bailout was rejected on January 23.
  • Throughout the first months of 2009, Wagoner argued that a bankruptcy would be more costly than a government bailout.
  • Financial difficulties and a government bailout led to a reorganization of the company as the Northern Railway of Canada in 1859.
  • This risk of "too big to fail" entities increases the likelihood of a government bailout using taxpayer dollars.
  • Polynesian Airlines reached a financial crisis in 1994, which disrupted the tourist industry and eventually required a government bailout.
  • The AIG board accepted the terms of the Federal Reserve rescue package that same day, making it the largest government bailout of a private company in U.S. history.
  • Baker opposed the US government bailout of Wall Street banks on the basis that the only people who stood to lose from their collapse were their shareholders and well-paid CEOs.
  • He has been the Chairman of Fortis since 1990, but was relieved of his position after a government bailout of the bank in September 2008.
  • A taxpayer-funded government bailout of financial institutions during the savings and loan crisis may have created a moral hazard and acted as encouragement to lenders to make similar higher risk loans.
  • By 1979, the company was near bankruptcy, and under its new president Lee Iacocca (who had been fired from Ford the year before), asked for a government bailout.
  • The villain Electro targeted Dexter Bennett because of a government bailout plan for the financially strapped paper.
  • On October 18, 2008 Gonzalez and Nader also held a large protest on Wall Street following the passage of the government bailout bill.
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