An IndyMac Bank branch in Santa Monica on July 14, 2008.
Pasadena-based IndyMac was one of the biggest banking failures in U.S. history. But three years ago, a group of investors bought it and reformed it as OneWest. Now it's the second most profitable bank in the country. How did that happen? Reporter: Rachael Myrow
Richard Clough dug up the details in a provocative report published in the Los Angeles Business Journal.
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