During the financial crisis of 2008, the U.S. government funneled trillions of dollars to failing banks. The massive bailout was aimed at boosting lending and fueling an economic recovery. But this plan hasn’t panned out, with the nation’s unemployment stuck at 9% and GDP a sluggish 1.3%. Facing the worst revenue growth since 1938, America’s largest banks have announced they will cut sixty thousand jobs this year. Many of these banks plan to charge customers higher fees for services to make up for the lost revenue. Diane and her guests discuss the future of the banking industry in a troubled economy.