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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....

Nearly there!

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

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

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."

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

'Atlas Shrugged' comes off the shelf

Scott Jagow | Apr 20, 2009
I find it fascinating that so many people are reading, talking about, buying and using Ayn Rand's 1957 novel, "Atlas Shrugged." The book has...

Car magazines driven to bankruptcy

Scott Jagow | Apr 28, 2009
Those mags that write about cars are showing the car companies how to do a quick-turnaround bankruptcy. Today, Source Interlink, the publisher of...

Mexico's ill economy ailing with the flu

Dan Grech | Apr 27, 2009
Mexico's economy is taking a beating with high unemployment and drug violence. Now add the swine flu outbreak to the list. Dan Grech reports on how the flu outbreak is hurting Mexico's already weak economy.
Posted In: Health, Mexico

Businesses prepare for swine flu

Jennifer Collins | Apr 29, 2009
As people ask what they can do to stay vigilant against the potential swine flu pandemic, the office has become a major area of concern. Jennifer Collins tells us how businesses are responding to the outbreak.
Posted In: Health, Jobs

Living within your means as a choice

| Jan 13, 2009
When Commentator Joe Bevilacqua lost his six-figure job, he left the city lifestyle and went to live with his wife in the Catskills. Since then, they have made due with what they've had, and have lived richly.



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