| Aug 8, 2008
We're taking you back to the basics with our summer refresher course on finance terms. Today, learn how one bad financial decision can snowball thanks to universal default.
| Aug 8, 2008
Insurance companies have a high-tech way of looking at an applicant's prescription drug usage before granting coverage, a move that has many concerned about the privacy of medical data. Steve Henn reports.
Chris Farrell | Jul 22, 2008
From economist Ed Yardeni's newsletter this morning:...
Janet Babin | Jun 9, 2008
Even with an impressive skill set, many Iraqi refugees have trouble finding jobs in the U.S. To help, a nonprofit group in Washington, D.C. is working to help bridge the communication gap. Janet Babin has more.
Steve Henn | Jul 21, 2008
Lawmakers are still dining out and jetting off on trips they don't pay for themselves --and taking friends and lobbyists with them. They get the money by setting up something called a "leadership political action committee." Steve Henn reports.
| Aug 1, 2008
Another change from the new housing bill: Easier and safer reverse mortgages for America's seniors. Still, it's a better option for some homeowners more than others. Lenora Chu reports.
Jo Easton | Aug 6, 2008
Siegelbaum: The debate between Joel Makower of GreenBiz.com and Jeffrey Hollender of Seventh Generation on the magnitude of greenwashing has been...
Steve Henn | Aug 8, 2008
With losses continuing to mount at Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, the big question is whether we're headed toward a government bailout. Steve Henn reports it's looking likely the government will come to the rescue.
Janet Babin | Aug 7, 2008
The Environmental Protection Agency denied Texas's request for a reduction in a federal ethanol mandate. Who gains and who loses from the decision? Janet Babin reports.