BOSTON -- Wall Street bank Bear Stearns (BSC) is right at the heart of the subprime mortgage meltdown. It's reeling from massive, multibillion-dollar losses at two hedge funds.And every investor who has watched the stock collapse from more than $172 to just $117.78 in a few months is probably kicking himself for not selling at least some back at the peak, before the crisis hit.
Bear Stearns Fat Cats Cashed Out at the Top
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