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Is The Justice Department Shying Away From Prosecuting Corporations?

TERRY GROSS, HOST:

This is FRESH AIR. I'm Terry Gross. In an era of mass incarceration, why was only one top banker convicted after the financial collapse of 2008? My guest Jesse Eisinger tries to answer that question in his new book. Eisinger is an investigative business reporter with ProPublica. He shared a Pulitzer Prize for a series of stories on questionable Wall Street practices that led to the financial crisis. Lately he's been writing about the Trump administration's business and finance practices and policies. We'll talk about that a little later.

Let's start with his new book, which is subtitled "Why The Justice Department Fails To Prosecute Executives." I can't say the full title of the book because the FCC defines one of the words as indecent. It's a word that begins with an S. So here's the best I can do. It's called "The Chicken S-Word Club." The chicken word is a barnyard epithet for coward.

Jesse Eisinger, welcome to FRESH AIR. So question number one is, what were you thinking when you wrote a book with a title I can't say on the radio?

CANADA STOCKS-TSX dips as slower housing market weighs on financials

(Adds portfolio manager quotes and details throughout; updates prices) * TSX closes down 9.45 points, or 0.06 percent, at 15,165.36 * Six of TSX's 10 main sector groups end lower * Canadian home sales see largest drop since 2010 * Materials group rises 1.5 percent By Fergal SmithTORONTO, July 17 (Reuters) - Canada's main stock index edged lower on Monday as data showing a slowdown in the housing market weighed on the outlook for financials, offsetting gains for the materials group as metal prices climbed. The resale of Canadian homes fell 6.7 percent in June from May, the largest monthly drop since 2010 and the third straight monthly decline. [nL1N1K80FG] "A slowdown in real estate is somewhat of a negative for the banks," said Lorne Steinberg, president, Lorne Steinberg Wealth Management Inc. "Mortgage origination, consumer loans - all of that has been a huge boost for the Canadian banking sector." Toronto-Dominion Bank <TD.TO> fell 0.5 percent to