Steve Henn | Sep 23, 2008
Congress is pushing back on provisions in the Bush administration's bailout plan and will question the Fed Chairman and the Treasury Secretary at a hearing today. From Washington, Steve Henn reports.
Bob Moon | Sep 23, 2008
President Bush is speaking to the United Nations today, his final speech before that organization. The economic crisis overshadowed the event, however. Bob Moon has more.
Chris Farrell | Sep 23, 2008
One of the economist bloggers I routinely check is economist James Hamilton at Econbrower. He's an eocnomist at the Ujniversity of California, San...
| Sep 16, 2008
Even though they are relatively small in number, users of the Twitter online service are a powerful group. And companies looking to make quick contact with customers have taken notice. Jennifer Collins reports.
| Sep 22, 2008
Commentator and economist Robert Shapiro says the $700 billion bailout is going to amass so much debt that it won't be possible for the next president to pursue some of the key programs he's promised.
Stephen Beard | Sep 22, 2008
Treasury Secretary Paulson wants the bailout to be open to all banks with "significant" operations in the United States. That could mean American taxpayers may wind up bailing out more foreign banks than American ones. Stephen Beard reports.
| Sep 22, 2008
The $700 billion bailout plan proposed by Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson and Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke is now in the hands of Congress. Maya MacGuineas of the Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget tells Kai Ryssdal she expects the bill to gain in size.
Chris Farrell | Sep 10, 2008
Question: My parents gave me a check to help with debt reduction. I am somewhat overwhelmed with the possible uses for this check. I have a loan...
| Sep 19, 2008
Host Tess Vigeland gets a final perspective on the week on Wall Street, this time from Marketplace's senior business correspondent and market guru Bob Moon.