Janet Babin | Nov 25, 2008
In the latest installment of the bailout, the Federal Reserve plans to target consumer loans and mortgage-related debt with an $800 billion infusion. It's an effort to get money flowing again in the secondary market that invests in those loans.
Alisa Roth | Nov 21, 2008
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid promise to try to get help for automakers after Thanksgiving. But the automakers have to make a convincing argument for why they need it. Alisa Roth reports.
John Dimsdale | Nov 25, 2008
The Treasury Department's rescue plan is looking a lot different than what was sold to Congress in September. With so much taxpayer money on the line, the tab's getting bigger than lawmakers imagined. Our Washington Bureau Chief John Dimsdale reports.
Alisa Roth | May 21, 2008
Circulation and ad revenues aren't just declining at newspapers, they're plummeting. Thousands of reporters and editors have lost their jobs. So how are papers surviving? Alisa Roth reports.
| Nov 25, 2008
This morning, the Fed said it will buy up to $500 billion worth of mortgage-backed securities to get home loans going again, while the Treasury will focus on other loans. Scott Jagow assesses the move with economist Bernard Baumohl.
Janne K. Flisrand | Nov 3, 2008
A couple days ago, I wandered into my bank - my secondary bank. I've been loyal to a local bank that has the most incredible community investment...
| Nov 17, 2008
With massive crowds expected for Barack Obama's inauguration, prices for tickets and hotel rooms are soaring. Nancy Marshall Genzer reports on a D.C.-area resident and a ticket seller who are looking to cash in.
Jeremy Hobson | Nov 20, 2008
The Dow has taken more dramatic dives this week, once again raising the question of where the bottom is. Jeremy Hobson takes it up with investment specialists in New York.
John Dimsdale | Nov 24, 2008
Part-time jobs are on the rise, but some economists say the makes official unemployment numbers misleading. John Dimsdale reports why some feel rates of joblessness may be worse than we're hearing.
| Nov 24, 2008
This week, Scott Jagow and Fortune Magazine's Allan Sloan nominate the biggest turkeys in the fallout from the financial crisis. Topping the list is the government allowing Lehman Brothers to fail, and Allan tells us why.