In Mansions and Benzes

Ten years after the financial crisis, we see how life is treating some of our favorite Wall Street villains.

Illustrations by David Biskup

For years leading up to the financial crisis, investment banks bundled bad mortgage loans into bonds and sold them to investors. When those loans started to falter, the bonds did too, and the housing crisis became a financial crisis. Millions of Americans lost their homes, their jobs, their savings, and their peace of mind. Some […]

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