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Two years after the Dodd Frank Act became law in the United States, Lesley Curwen talks to Congressman Barney Frank who helped to design it. He fiercely defends the regulation against criticism and condemns the LIBOR rate-rigging scandal.
Plus Lucy Kellaway of the Financial Times argues that blandness, not passion, is the key to corporate success.
(Image: Barney Frank talks about his announcement to not seek re-election in November, 2011. Credit: Getty Images)