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Former WaMu Execs To Settle FDIC Suit

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A group of former executives at Washington Mutual has settled a civil lawsuit with the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, according to The Wall Street Journal. That move will help pull the bank out of bankruptcy which was file for in September 2008.
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