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Families of GM Victims Push for New Safety Law
U.S. senators express support for a bill proposed to expand public access to auto makers safety filings.
Stimulus-Waste Report Released
Republican senators highlight 100 projects that they say waste taxpayer dollars.
Fed Beige Book Report
So what does this is the markets right now. Well yes it was a great day on Wall Street the markets were booming yesterday you had just galloped about a 125 points it finished. At its highest close in the last fourteen months so clearly a very strong start to December for the markets. You mentioned
Administration 'Shocked' By GM & Chrysler's Condition Last Spring
Steve Rattner Speaks Out About Insular Culture, Shoddy Finances of U.S. Automakers
ABC NEWS, THIS WEEK WITH GEORGE STEPHANOPOULOS INTERVIEW WITH WHITE HOUSE SENIOR ADVISER DAVID AXELROD. SPEAKERS: GEORGE STEPHANOPOULOS, HOST: ABC'S "THIS WEEK WITH GEORGE STEPHANOPOULOS" OCTOBER 18, 2009 SPEAKERS: GEORGE STEPHANOPOULOS, HOST DAVID AXELROD, SENIOR ADVISER TO THE PRESIDENT GEORGE
Spending on personal security perk for CEOs is skyrocketing
Companies have been slashing almost every cost imaginable to survive the recession, yet they are spending more than ever to calm CEOs who fear for their personal safety. Starbucks, which has laid off workers, closed stores and switched from whole to 2% milk to save pennies a gallon, bumped its
State fairs are in a fair state
Just a few blocks from the Giant Slide and still-shuttered Cheese on a Stick stand on the 320-acre Minnesota State Fairgrounds, Joe Barrett and his grandsons prepare The Big Pepper for yet another season. "We'd be here, whether there was a recession or not," says Barrett, who has been a food vendor
Couple small notes in the news today... While the nation continues to be mired in a deep recession there are some who are bucking the trend. Goldman Sachs has paid back its bailout money, rebounded and is now reporting stunning...
Business Report (07.15.09)
Encouraging news for the slumping computer industry chipmaker Intel reported much stronger than expected sales for the second quarter. And indicated there's more good news ahead. Intel's results are closely watched because they reflect the health of technology spending as a whole Intel shares are
Bob Lutz, GM's new image chief, says he'll 'tell it like it is'
General Motors is trying to change its image, fast. So it chose the only person on hand that made sense as its image czar: an old car guy with some new ideas. "(GM's) image is in tatters, and they need a real jump-start," says Peter DeLorenzo, editor of AutoExtremist.com. "I think Bob will bring