Sequoia fund manager David Poppe says that investors shouldn't re-elect disgraced CEOs like former Fannie Mae head James Johnson.
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Seems it takes big money to retain the kind of talent that can manage nearly $10 billion in combined quarterly losses.
Three bedrooms, wood burning fireplace, last two owners have been brutally murdered -- you'll absolutely LOVE this house!
The Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA) today released projections of the financial performance of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. The scenarios aren't pretty.
"The GSEs bestow substantial benefits on homeowners while posing manageable risks to the financial system and minimal cost to taxpayers," says a report on Freddie Mac's Website. Oops!
Earlier this week, the Federal Housing Finance Agency, which