"Someone asked me the other day, 'What do you think of too big to fail?' I said, 'I'm more concerned about too small to protect yourself.'"
Chairman of PNC Financial Services Group, expressing his fear that computer hackers will start to attack big banks by coming through small ones with less robust security
"I always believe wherever money goes, crime follows."
CEO of the digital security firm Mandiant, testifying at a Senate hearing that he expects cybercrime to escalate as mobile payments get more popular
"We wanted to speak to the people who had the most information."
Michigan Democrat who chairs the Senate's Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations, on why he didn't invite JPMorgan Chase Chairman and CEO Jamie Dimon to testify at a March hearing on the London Whale controversy
""There are a lot of companies who are thinking, 'We survived the recession, but how do we survive the recovery?'"
Managing director at Amherst Partners in Chicago, discussing how the pressure to diversify is likely to spur more community banks to sell
"I never meant to imply that the problem was solved and gone. It's still here."
Federal Reserve chairman, on the issue of too big to fail
"I am concerned that the size of some of these institutions becomes so large that it does become difficult for us to prosecute them."
U.S. attorney general, in a shocking admission to the Senate Judiciary Committee that reignited debate over the issue of too big to fail
"We're not the Walmart of banking."
President and CEO of Bridge Capital Holdings in San Jose, Calif., on why his business bank avoids retail customers
"Eastern Ohio and western Pennsylvania are more culturally similar than eastern Pennsylvania and western Pennsylvania. The dividing line only matters when Ohio State plays Penn State."
Boenning & Scattergood analyst, after CNB Financial in Clearfield, Pa., agreed to buy FC Banc Corp. in Columbus, Ohio