President Barack Obama: The first 100 days
A look at Obama's first 100 days as president.
Full Interview: Ben Bernanke Reflects on 2008 Financial Crisis
So I love the scene where he's saying financial crisis with President Bush essentially told. In the fate of the US global economy. In your hands you must feel relief every day happening to Lou Paulson and me we were the president basically told us. You know to you guys do which it needs to be done
Bailout Backlash: Insurance Company AIG Considering Lawsuit Against Government
Lawsuit claims company shareholders cheated by $182 million bailout with higher interest rates.
Markets Re-Open After Worst Trading Day of 2012
Stocks are coming off of their worst day of 2012 so far. Will they fall further or bounce back joining me now with all the business headlines at this hour is manifesto co host break out. On our partner Yahoo! finance not great to see thanks for being with us. It's your time thank you so we had some
AIG Begins to Repay Bailout Billions
Bloomberg News' Sheila Dharmarajan discusses paybacks and new IMF frontrunner.
Week on Wall St.: Political Unrest and Oil Prices
He continued political unrest. Is in oil producing nations has caused oil prices to climb quickly all week we've seen joining us at a talk about this and some of the day's other business news Alix Steel reporter for thestreet.com. Happy Friday Alex happy Friday all right so let's start off with the
October Jobs Report and its Effect on Wall Street
Stocks looking to this morning after a better than expected monthly jobs report joining us with more on in the rest of the day's business news. markets desk reporter at Bloomberg dominant issue. TG IF dominate. Happy Friday preacher and we're heading into the weekend with some positive news on the
TARP's Political Price
Milestone in Washington the program signed by President Bush two years ago the bail out major banks and the overall economy goes out of business today. And it can't be tapped for any more money it's known as the Troubled Asset Relief Program or TARP. Whatever the name the bailout program became
World News (07.29.10)
Tonight on world news anger in the streets and we're there for the protests the police the governor vowing to fight. As Arizona goes back to court and its immigration crackdown. Army on the brink of blistering report on soldiers stress and suicide and a stunning mix up in grave sites at Arlington.
Arizona Governor Appeals Immigration Law
Good evening Arizona's immigration law is on hold the protests are not. Emboldened by a judge's rebuke of that law yesterday hundreds of opponents of the crackdown took to the streets today. But the State's unyielding governor stood by the law and filed an appeal. Barbara Pinto is in Phoenix