This just in: Texas pensions will, in fact, mess withfelons.

Last May the US$26.2 billion Employee Retirement System of Texasresponded to Credit Suisse Group AG's guilty plea for tax fraud bysaying that it had “a policy against hiring firms convicted offelonies.”

Last week, five more global banks joined the list of those admitting tocriminal behavior, narrowing the choices.

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