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Stimulus good in theory, not practice

| Mar 4, 2009
The White House is banking on government spending to stimulate economic activity. Commentator David Frum says even if the plan might be good on paper, the execution is the problem.
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Obama hedges his bets on optimism

| Apr 29, 2009
It's President Obama's 100th day in office, and comparisons to other administrations are in full swing. Commentator David Frum says Obama's gambling a little too much on a rosy scenario.
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What went wrong with Chrysler?

John Dimsdale | Apr 30, 2009
It looked like Chrysler was on the road to avoiding bankruptcy a few days ago. But then negotiations with the automaker's creditors broke down. What the heck happened? John Dimsdale explains.
Posted In: Auto
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Chrysler hits the wall

Paddy Hirsch | Apr 29, 2009
President Obama will announce the bankruptcy of Chrysler Corp. tomorrow. This according to a variety of "sources said" stories circulating,...
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Obama: Chrysler reorg won't take long

Paddy Hirsch | Apr 30, 2009
The president will make an announcement about the auto sector, and Chrysler in particular, at noon. A Bloomberg report quoted an unnamed official...
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Nardelli drinks the Kool-Aid

Paddy Hirsch | Apr 30, 2009
Nardelli just told Maria Bartiromo on CNBC that he, too, believes Chrysler could be out of bankruptcy within three to six months....
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Nearly there!

Paddy Hirsch | Apr 29, 2009
Lewis Ranieri says we're within "shouting distance" of the bottom of the housing market....
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Credit fees bill gaining momentum

John Dimsdale | Apr 30, 2009
The House is likely to approve a bill today that tackles credit card fees and interest rate hikes. But bankers oppose fee limitations, saying they would mean higher interest rates for many card users. John Dimsdale reports.
Posted In: Investing
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A close watch on 'hyper-inflation'

Steve Chiotakis and Chris Farrell | Apr 30, 2009
With all the money it's infusing back into the economy, the Fed, Wall Street and others are keeping a close eye on inflation. Steve Chiotakis talks to economics correspondent Chris Farrell about the meaning of "hyper-inflation."
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The effects of Chrysler cutting dealers

Jennifer Collins | Apr 29, 2009
The pieces to keep Chrysler out of bankruptcy are falling into place. But the automaker still has to slash some of its 3,200 dealerships. Jennifer Collins reports.
Posted In: Auto

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