Marketplace AM for October 15, 2007
Posted In: Crime, Wall Street
It's been four years since former Freddie Mac CEO Leland Brendsel was accused of accounting fraud to the tune of billions. Today, he'll have to convince a federal judge that he didn't know he was doing anything wrong. Sam Eaton has more.
When political season hits China, the government shuts down enough websites to keep the Internet at a crawl. Bill Marcus tells us who is most affected by the slow connection.
Despite a troubled mortgage market, Fortune Magazine's Allan Sloan says it's been a good year on Wall Street. But even where profits fail to soar, the major players will still see healthy bonuses.