Geithner's plan aims to use public and private money to clean up $500 billion to $1 trillion in bad loans.
G-20 nations pledge to address this subject at meeting in London next month. Analysts are skeptical.
Many moves were already under way to change the compensation culture.
Quest intensifies for new revenue streams, but solutions aren't in time to save some.
Charles Freeman, nominee for chair of the National Intelligence Council, blames pro-Israeli lobbyists for scuttling his nomination.