October 26, 2012
During Carter’s testimony on the 1933 legislation, a senator from Kentucky, Alben Barkley, asked: “Who audits you?” Carter replied: “Our conscience.” (Illustration by Ellie Andrews | Column by Jonathan Weil on Bloomberg View)

During Carter’s testimony on the 1933 legislation, a senator from Kentucky, Alben Barkley, asked: “Who audits you?” Carter replied: “Our conscience.” (Illustration by Ellie Andrews Column by Jonathan Weil on Bloomberg View)

October 08, 2012
“Now that I’m truly on the inside, how can I use this opportunity to make as much money as I did on the outside?” (Illustration by Jasper Rietman | Column by Jonathan Weil on Bloomberg View)

“Now that I’m truly on the inside, how can I use this opportunity to make as much money as I did on the outside?” (Illustration by Jasper Rietman | Column by Jonathan Weil on Bloomberg View)

October 03, 2012
Here’s an idea for improving the regulation of banks: Treat them more like restaurants. (Illustration by Jordan Awan | Column by Jonathan Weil on Bloomberg View)

Here’s an idea for improving the regulation of banks: Treat them more like restaurants. (Illustration by Jordan Awan | Column by Jonathan Weil on Bloomberg View)

September 10, 2012
Facebook Investors Know Exactly Whom to Blame. (Illustration by Martin Cole | Column by Jonathan Weil on Bloomberg View)

Facebook Investors Know Exactly Whom to Blame. (Illustration by Martin Cole | Column by Jonathan Weil on Bloomberg View)


February 17, 2012
Why is Apple’s stock still so cheap? It might not be. (Illustration by Ethan Buller | Column by Jonathan Weil on Bloomberg View)

Why is Apple’s stock still so cheap? It might not be. (Illustration by Ethan Buller | Column by Jonathan Weil on Bloomberg View)

November 17, 2011
UniCredit can’t possibly be the only lender in Europe that has incurred such huge losses. Will next year be when the banking industry’s real bombshells drop? (Illustration by Javier Jaén | Column by Jonathan Weil on Bloomberg View)

UniCredit can’t possibly be the only lender in Europe that has incurred such huge losses. Will next year be when the banking industry’s real bombshells drop? (Illustration by Javier Jaén | Column by Jonathan Weil on Bloomberg View)