President Barrack Obama meets in the Oval Office with members of the Senate Finance Committee on Aug. 6, 2009

President Barrack Obama meets in the Oval Office with members of the Senate Finance Committee on Aug. 6, 2009

What’s next for consumers and business after Congress approves the largest overhaul of financial regulations since the Great Depression. How the new rules could re-shape Wall Street.

Guests

  • Damian Paletta reporter, The Wall Street Journal.
  • Neal Wolin deputy secretary of the Department of the Treasury.
  • Binyamin Appelbaum reporter, The New York Times.
  • Senator Christopher Dodd Democratic U.S. senator from Connecticut and chairman of the Senate Banking Committee.
  • Alexis Simendinger Senate correspondent for the National Journal.

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