| Nov 13, 2008
China played a huge part in America's consumption and borrowing binge, while Chinese consumers weren't buying much of anything. But Chinese savers plus Western spenders might add up to trouble for both sides. Scott Tong explains
| Nov 18, 2008
Detroit automakers say they need help before they crash. Kai Ryssdal talks about the rest of the industry with Micheline Maynard of The New York Times.
Stacey Vanek Smith | Nov 18, 2008
Hewlett-Packard reports fourth-quarter profits will be stronger than expected. The company is also optimistic about the future. Stacey Vanek-Smith reports.
Dan Grech | Nov 18, 2008
In Mexico, the peso has plunged, unemployment is rising and foreign investors started pulling money out last month -- all fallout from the economic crisis in the U.S. Dan Grech reports from Mexico.
| Nov 18, 2008
When Donald Trump almost went bankrupt in the '90s, creditors made him give up his credit cards before he got help. Commentator Todd Buchholz says homeowners who face foreclosure have to give up some things too.
Kai Ryssdal | Nov 18, 2008
Raising taxes? Nope. Printing more money? Kind of. The way we do that is by selling Treasuries. And guess who's buying.
Sam Eaton | Nov 12, 2008
Earlier this year, T. Boone Pickens announced a grand plan to build the world's biggest wind farm and help wean the country off gasoline. Now that natural gas prices have tanked, he's putting the plan on hold. Sam Eaton reports.
| Nov 14, 2008
Marketing expert Martin Lindstrom says stores have special ways to get shopppers to spend. Kai Ryssdal gets him to reveal some of their methods.
Chris Farrell | Nov 14, 2008
Question: If you own mutual funds through a company such as Vanguard or Fidelity, what happens if the company goes bankrupt. Do you still own the...