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(KSL News) President Barack Obama made it known he considers last year's Wall Street bonuses "shameful." The president says no more big bonuses for Wall Street employees whose firms get taxpayer help.
Many Americans share that sentiment. Message boards and blogs across the nation reflect a public rage at such bonuses. People don't like it, but do they understand the practice?
Linda Galindo runs a consulting firm that teaches corporate accountability. She joined us to discuss the issue in tonight's Talking Point.
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