Banks on Bailout: What Money?
The Associated Press had the temerity to ask the banks that pocketed more than $1 billion in bailout dough, Um, so where'd the money go, anyway? To which every single one said, None of your business. Included on that list: downtown Dallas-based Comerica.
"We're not sharing any other details. We're just not at this time," said Wendy Walker, a spokeswoman for Dallas-based Comerica Inc., which received $2.25 billion from the government.
Which displeases Troubled Asset Relief Program overseer Elizabeth Warren -- who can't do a damned thing about it. --Robert Wilonsky
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