Time ran out on Corus Bank late Friday as regulators closed the once-high-flying Chicago condominium lender and sold its operations to another institution.

The closure, along with two smaller ones in Washington and Minnesota, brought the year's failure total to 92. In total, Friday's failures were estimated to cost the government just over $2 billion.

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