> The Center for Public Integrity’s After the Meltdown series documents the fate of the regulators, executives, and firms that were most directly responsible for the subprime meltdown, and demonstrates that the top bankers for firms like Lehman got unbelievably rich due to their failures, and are still in business with lucrative consulting firms (for example, Lehman CEO Richard Fuld walked away with several hundred million in cash and now has homes in three states and a personal consulting outfit).

After the Meltdown: tracking the fortunes reaped by the bankers who tanked the economy http://bit.ly/14Re1FD Boing Boing