Financial Crisis Busies Campbell, Dogs Cox; Another Vegas Buyer

September 2008
Orange County Business Journal;9/22/2008, Vol. 31 Issue 38, p3
The article offers news briefs related to the financial crisis in the U.S. in 2008. California Congressman John Campbell was working late on the financial industry bailout bill. Chris Cox, chairman of the Securities and Exchange Commission suffered withering criticism during the stock market plunge. Mark Mueller calculates that SunCal Cos. accounts for about $1.6 billion or 6% of Lehman Brothers Holdings Inc. ill-fated real estate portfolio.


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