David Futrelle

David Futrelle is a former staff writer for Money magazine. He's written for numerous publications, including Salon, the Washington Post, the Los Angeles Times, and the New York Times Book Review. He lives in Chicago.

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Bankers: Who Needs Them?

Would the world be a happier place if we just got rid of all the bankers? Well, no. The financial sector, for all of its foibles, is as necessary for the economy as blood is for our bodies: it facilitates trade, allocates …

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