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Bill Streeter

Bill Streeter has been a full-time business journalist for 40 years, 34 of them with ABA Banking Journal. During his time with the magazine, he rose from Assistant Managing Editor to Editor-in-Chief. He has guided the magazine’s editorial direction since 1985 and has been an observer of momentous changes in banking, from the introduction of ATMs to the 2008 financial crisis and passage of the Dodd-Frank Act. In 2012 Streeter became Editor & Publisher, responsible for the Banking Group overall including the magazine,, and related e-newsletters.

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Fed panel surprisingly candid on too big to fail

Three regional chiefs address TBTF, exams, consumer protection, and more

(Trio of Fed District Bank presidents participated in ABA’s Government Relations Summit in March (l to r): Sandra Pianalto—Cleveland; Thomas Hoenig—Kansas City; Jeffrey Lacker—Richmond.)

The defense rests: A parting look at Ed Yingling

For 25 years Ed Yingling lived in an emergency room called Washington. Bankers and others speak of the retiring ABA chief’s skills, and Yingling looks back—and forward—at the fortunes of the industry.

Online extra: More about Jim Brown's golfing dream

If you haven't read the First Person story about Iowa banker Jim Brown, "4,000 miles for a round? No problem", click the link below. Then read the online extra. It would make more sense that way, but feel free to read it any way you want, or just look at the photos!