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Take that, CNBC!

Scott Jagow | Mar 5, 2009
I just got a chance to watch Jon Stewart's rant against CNBC from last night. It's an instant classic. Stewart was supposed to have CNBC analyst...
Posted In: CNBC, Jim Cramer, Jon Stewart

The truth Hertz

Scott Jagow | Mar 5, 2009
GM finally acknowledged today in its annual report that its survival is in "substantial doubt." GM said it could be forced to file for bankruptcy...
Posted In: bailout, bankruptcy, GM

A look at a reformed health care system

Steve Henn | Mar 5, 2009
President Obama wants to stem the skyrocketing cost of health care and fix the system. But what might a new health care system look like? Steve Henn reports.
Posted In: Health

Who's hit the worst by the recession?

Kai Ryssdal | Mar 4, 2009
New York Times columnist David Leonhardt talks with Kai Ryssdal about who's getting hit the hardest by job losses and why.
Posted In: Jobs

Investors may bail out financial system

Dan Grech | Mar 6, 2009
The U.S. government is developing a plan to give wealthy investors the chance to buy securities that finance consumer lending, without the risk of massive losses. Dan Grech breaks down how the plan could work.
Posted In: Investing

GM: Future is in 'substantial doubt'

Ashley Milne-Tyte | Mar 5, 2009
Auditors are telling General Motors it might not survive unless it files for bankruptcy. What's next for the struggling automaker? Ashley Milne-Tyte reports.
Posted In: Auto

Sunshine brightens economic blues

| Mar 6, 2009
As we spring forward for daylight saving, the sunshine may be just what the doctor ordered. Bill Radke speaks with Dr. Louis Krahn about how light therapy can help with the economic and winter blues.
Posted In: Health

Government can be main student lender

Chris Farrell | Mar 5, 2009
The Obama administration wants to phase out private subsidies in student loans, leading the college-bound to borrow directly from the Department of Education. Bill Radke discusses the idea with economics correspondent Chris Farrell.
Posted In: Education

House puts heat on bank CEOs

| Feb 11, 2009
The House Financial Services Committee will grill eight bank CEOs today on the cash infusion they received last fall. Steve Chiotakis talks to Representative Jeb Hensarling, who sits on the committee, and finds out what he'll be asking.
Posted In: Investing

The economy sucks, but that's expected

| Mar 3, 2009
It seems each day brings more bad news about the economy. But commentator Brad DeLong says this is what was expected, so you shouldn't be surprised.



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