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The Reverend Shawn Amos on The Inspiration Behind His Music
The Reverend Shawn Amos tells us the inspiration behind one of his most popular albums and performs his song, "Boogie."
What the Financial Gurus Say About Volatility as Stocks Go on Roller Coaster Ride
Investors around the globe could use some advice from experts on volatility as the major U.S. stock indices surged today following worst day for the Dow Jones industrial average in four years. The more than 2 percent jump as of early afternoon today follows a bloodbath on Monday, when the Dow
Federal Reserve Celebrates Centennial
company or quit as ABC news digital special reports Ben Bernanke up they're celebrating the 100 year anniversary of the Fed. And with him fat past shares Alan Greenspan Paul Volcker and you can see just an upcoming changing of the guard Janet sitting beside as well. Wall Street watching that
'Checks Are in Place' to Avoid NSA Abuses
The president answers questions about Edward Snowden and tensions with Russia.
Rebecca Jarvis Joining ABC News
ABC News President Ben Sherwood sent the following note to the news division announcing that Rebecca Jarvis will join ABC News as chief business and economics correspondent: I have good news to share about a very talented journalist joining our ranks. Starting in late...
Emanuel Pleitez Looks to L.A.'s Underserved in Mayoral Bid
Emanuel Pleitez believes he's the man who can fix Los Angeles' most pressing problems. But first he'll have to overcome long odds to win the city's mayoral race next year. The 30-year-old Pleitez is in a crowded field of candidates vying to lead the nation's second largest city, including
Conservatives Worry Ben Bernanke's Fed Action Could Re-Elect Obama
Some conservatives — not the main policy makers on Capitol Hill, but some popular voices — see a Ben Bernanke-Barack Obama conspiracy in QE3, the Fed’s new action to kick-start the American economy. If not a conspiracy, they at least see Bernanke showing leanings toward...
JPMorgan $2B Trading Loss Roils Markets, Raises Fears About Bank Risks
JP Morgan Chase & Co. is rocking the financial markets with the disclosure that its in-house trading operating lost $2 billion in the past six weeks, raising new questions about whether the big banks that caused the financial meltdown have sufficiently changed their ways. Chief Executive Officer
Transcript: Diane Sawyer Sits Down with Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke
Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke sat down with ABC News' Diane Sawyer Tuesday to discuss the state of the U.S. economy and the challenges we still face on the road to recovery. Bernanke and Sawyer spoke on a wide range of issues including gas prices, the housing market and where the national
Wall Street Analyst Tries to 'Save The Big Banks From Themselves'
Mike Mayo says he is on the front lines of Occupy Wall Street's battle, which is unusual coming from a Wall Street analyst. A widely-followed managing director of brokerage firm CLSA, Mayo, 48, says the "intersection" between Occupy Wall Street protesters and Wall Street analysts is "bigger than