Damage from the credit crash of 2008 has been difficult to remove from the national economy. Unethical management and moral corruption preceded the crash, and adaptations to ultimate results were unsuccessful for many years. Reinvention of goods and services attacks problems that preceded the crash, and focuses adaptations on retail sales. Reinvention isolates bank administration from national production, and allows entrepreneurs to restore sales. See Moral, Economic, and Professional Responsibilities by Jasmine Jennifer McAlpine at the storefront of Dirty Little Claws, Inc., for the discussion.