America's Ten Most Corrupt Capitalists Robert Rubin His most stunning deregulatory accomplishment in office was also his greatest act of corruption. He helped repeal Glass-Steagall, the Depression-era law that banned economically essential banks from gambling with taxpayer money in the securities markets. In 1998, Citibank inked a merger with the Travelers Insurance grp. The deal was illegal under Glass-Steagall, but with Rubin's help, the law was repealed and the Citi-Travelers merger ok.
Coroner Holzhauser, and Assistant District Attorneys J. Robert Rubin and Charles Bostwick investigate the roof of the Asch Building in order to prepare their prosecution of Max Blanck and Isaac Harris, Triangle Waist Company owners after the Triangle fire | by Kheel Center, Cornell University