Community Chatter: Most Commented Articles of 2013

When community members start commenting on an article, the comments usually come in bunches. This year articles about cybersecurity, high-frequency trading, Elizabeth Warren and big data generated a lot of interest and comments. Here are the articles you were talking about in 2013.
December 31, 2013

Regrets? Some Senators Have a Few


Community members also responded to this article on Elizabeth Warren. Apparently watching Elizabeth Warren grill regulators has some Senators wishing they didn't oppose her appointment to the CFPB back in 2011.

The article not only received numerous comments, but it also was shared close to 600 times on Facebook and it received over 1,000 votes on Reddit.

Warren wasted no time in getting down to business and she took the opportunity at her first Senate Banking Committee meeting to tear into the top regulators from the nation's financial service regulators (FDIC, SEC, OCC, CFPB, CFTC, Fed and Treasury).

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