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This week Josh Barro delves into the $5 billion guilty plea that several major Wall Street banks just accepted. What does it mean and will it change behaviors in our nation’s financial sector? Plus, the author of a brand new biography of John Maynard Keynes that goes way beyond his contribution to the field of economics. All that, and the end of an iconic New York landmark, the ruralization of America, and this week’s best business headlines. The Roosevelt Institute’s Mike Konczal, Bain and Company’s Karen Harris and Buzzfeed’s Sapna Maheshwari will all weigh in. Three Cents airs Fridays at 8:30am and 2pm ET on Shift.