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Talking Points: Federal contractors, South African wines, and 'too big to fail'

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How is the federal government addressing risks posed by too-big-to-fail banks? The House declined to take up a Senate-approved bill aimed at mitigating risks from too-big-to-fail, or TBTF, banks. Now the Government Accountability Office has announced it will study whether provisions passed in 2010 to unwind TBTF institutions are enough to prevent future federal bailouts, Bloomberg reported. At...

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