First, they have argued that proving fraudulent intent on the part of the high-level management of the banks and companies involved has been difficult.
Oh crap! The problem is that neither candidate is worth voting for
Hey! i just took it so i can answer this: both. in refrence to latin america, it was talking about the 19th century, as for the middle east and africa, you were supposed to talk about the 20th century. hope this helps!
JPMorgan Chase & Co. is one of the oldest, largest and best-known financial institutions in the world. (9) JPMorgan & Co. started as The Manhattan Company in 1799. (9) JPMorgan & Co. merged with many different big name banks and financial institutions of the time. Some of these banks included, Chase Manhattan Bank, Bank One, and The Bank of Manhattan. (9) JPMorgan & Co. has also helped numerous big companies start and go public. JPMorgan helped create AT&T, GE and U.S. Steel and also helped Apple Computers go public.
As earlier mentioned, Bear Stearns & Co., Lehman Brothers Holding Inc., Washington Mutual, and JPMorgan & Co. were major players in the financial crisis. It is hard to choose which theory is correct, but the third theory is the most reasonable because there is never only one factor that goes into changing the economy so drastically.
The College Board discourages students from posting the essay questions on recent SATs, however, essay questions are released with test scores for those who opted to receive the detailed answer service. (In addition to the basic score report, students may receive a detailed question and answer service letting them know what questions they answered correctly or incorrectly. Beyond that, for another additional fee, students may request both the questions and answers for the test. It s my understanding that this service is only available if ordered at the time of test registration.) Your best bet is to ask other students who tested on the same day as you, or to check the College Board site to see when they post the past essay questions.