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by Derek Loosvelt | December 16, 2010

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According to New York Times journalist and Too Big to Fail author Andrew Ross Sorkin, there will likely be another big financial crisis in the not too distant future. In a recent interview in Tokyo, Sorkin said, "I don't want to write a sequel, but I think there will be one. The saddest reality of doing all these interviews was that I don't think there was remorse. A lot of them now call themselves survivors, like cancer survivors or something. But it's such a misplaced idea."

(The Japan Times)

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