Sheen of Invincibility Dims for Rating Agencies with New DOJ Suit
The credit rating agencies may have helped to invite financial disaster by propping up subprime securities with too-good-to-be-true ratings, but for a long while it seemed they would remain impervious to liability for the crisis. Is the tide beginning to turn?
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