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Taming your office ego

Sep 3, 2007
Egonomics co-author Steve Smith tells us how to recognize when there's an ego problem at play -- and the dangers businesses face when they ignore those warning signs.
Posted In: Books, Jobs

Will Congress bail out lenders? Borrowers?

Sep 3, 2007
Congress returns from recess this week. First up: what to do about the mortgage meltdown and ensuing credit market crisis. Some worry that lawmakers will be too generous with taxpayer money in the fix. Steve Tripoli reports.
Posted In: Housing, Washington

Singing for their tips

Sep 3, 2007
Cold Stone Creamery continues to give Baskin-Robbins a run for its money, more likely because of the toppings smooshed into your ice cream on cold stones than their other gimmick. Sean Cole explains.
Posted In: Jobs

American workers are most productive

Sep 3, 2007
A new UN report shows that U.S. workers produce more output on average than those in any other country. Don't get too excited though; we also work more hours than almost everyone. Stephen Beard has more details.
Posted In: Jobs

Bush's rescue plan for ARM refugees

Aug 31, 2007
President Bush rolls out a rescue plan for homeowners facing foreclosure when their adjustable-rate mortgages adjust too far. Is it too little, too late? John Dimsdale reports on potential bailouts for lenders and borrowers.
Posted In: Housing, Washington

Do flippers deserve a helping hand?

Aug 31, 2007
We all might want to extend a helping hand to homeowners on the verge of defaulting. But a study suggests some of these borrowers -- house flippers and speculators -- might not be so deserving of help. Sam Eaton reports.
Posted In: Housing, Investing, Wall Street

Lynch, Lehman trade ratings jabs

Aug 31, 2007
Wall Street can be an incestuous place... When Merrill Lynch downgraded its rating on Lehman Bros. because of Lehman's exposure to the credit turmoil, the investment bank downgraded Merrill Lynch. Amy Scott reports.
Posted In: Economy, Investing, Wall Street

Careful helping off-shored unemployed

Aug 31, 2007
When Congress returns after the Labor Day holiday, it will debate re-authorizing a program to help U.S. workers who lose their jobs due to imports or off-shoring. But a new proposal could damage the middle class, says commentator Beth Shulman.
Posted In: Jobs, Washington

Week on Wall Street

Aug 31, 2007
Stockbroker and business analyst David Johnson talks with host Tess Vigeland about how the markets are adjusting to the credit crunch and what may lie ahead.
Posted In: Wall Street

Charities getting crunched too

Aug 31, 2007
The non-profit sector is waiting nervously to see how much fallout it'll feel from the credit crunch, and steeling itself for leaner times ahead as wallets everywhere tighten. Ashley Milne-Tyte reports.
Posted In: Economy

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