There's nothing wrong or illegal about wanting to be profitable. There's nothing immoral about wanting the beast and thriving to achieve it. However, when those wants begin to infringe upon the rights of others, something has to be done. Huge financial institutions already have bad reputations, because of unethical things they've done in the past. However, the information disclosed in this 29 minute DVD is sure to worsen people's opinions. Some of the world's most reputable and powerful banks are exposed for the unethical practices in which they've engaged to protect their bottom lines. In this particular installment of Moyer & Company, Bill Moyer speaks with financial expert Sheila Bair about the despicable state of the world banking practices. Former President George W. Bush appointed Mrs. Bair as the head of the FDIC in 2006 so she knows a lot about financial institutions. She even went as far as to argue against the bailouts of 2008, stating that the struggling banks should be sold to healthier competitors. Bair is now a senior advisor for the Pew Charitable Trusts and she wants to see progressive steps taken to prevent the banks from misusing the Dodd-Frank Act.