Features by Alisa Roth

Secretary Geithner to meet with G20 leaders

U.S. Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner is heading to Paris with a message to European leaders about how to solve the economic crisis.

Wall Street could lose 10,000 jobs in the coming year

The New York state comptroller is predicting that the financial world of New York could lose as many as 10,000 securities industry jobs by the end of 2012.
Posted In: Wall Street

Obama administration hopes to spur foreign investment

The Obama administration is hoping to get at least a trillion dollars worth of foreign investment in the next five years, but it might prove hard to lure overseas investors.
Posted In: Investing

Morgan Stanley battles rumors about its health

Amid concerns about the vulnerability of banks in Europe, Morgan Stanley has been beset by rumors of exposure to risky European debt.
Posted In: Banks

On third anniversary, TARP mortgage aid lags

The Troubled Asset Relief Program stabilized the financial and auto industries, but hasn't delivered aid to struggling homeowners.
Posted In: Housing

Ford uses jobs as bargaining chip

Ford says it's still planning to add thousands of jobs in the U.S. over the next two years, but there could be a catch.
Posted In: Auto

Deaths from tainted cantaloupe mount

Cantaloupe contaminated with bacteria has killed at least 13 Americans. As the toll likely rises, how long will it take for the melon industry?
Posted In: Food

After GM, UAW begins talks with Ford

The UAW is likely to press for bigger wage increases at Ford, the only Detroit carmaker that didn't declare bankruptcy during the financial crisis.
Posted In: Auto

Consumers turn to multiple sources for local news

New findings from a media study could have big implications for advertisers.

Solar industry will survive Solyndra controversy

But green investments may be harder to come by in the future.


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