Students from Lafayette County High School in Oxford, MS, participating by Skype, asked questions of Mr. Gapper.
John Gapper, participating by remote access from New York City, talked about factors most to blame for the credit freeze and the disappearance of investment banks. He responded to telephone calls and electronic mail.
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Hannah Barkley Student Lafayette County High School->Oxford, MS
Damario Brown Student Lafayette County High School->Oxford, MS
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