Wael Ghonim on 60 Minutes

Feb 14, 2011
The Google executive who disappeared in Egypt, was incarcerated by the government, and reemerged as a revolutionary leader gave an interview to...
Posted In: Egypt, Google, government, Law, social media, Web Culture, world

Internet freedom Tuesday

Feb 14, 2011
Secretary of State Clinton will speak tomorrow at George Washington University....
Posted In: Clinton, Egypt, government, Law, security, world

Swiss freeze potential Mubarak assets

Feb 11, 2011
A spokesman from the Swiss foreign ministry confirmed the ministry has frozen assets that may belong to now-former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak...
Posted In: banking, Egypt, Hosni Mubarak, protests, Swiss, Switzerland

MID-DAY UPDATE: Mubarak resigns, phasing-out Fannie and Freddie

Feb 11, 2011
Cheers erupted out of Egypt today as Hosni Mubarak stepped down from the presidency, handing over political power to the military. As Alisa Roth...
Posted In: Egypt, Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac, global economics, housing market, mid-day update, mortgage, Mubarak, protests, resign, U.S. Treasury

The economy underlies Middle East unrest

Feb 9, 2011
< p>Marketplace reporters Stephen Beard and Alisa Roth traveled to Amman, Jordan, this week to cover the growing discontent in that country a...
Posted In: Egypt, Jordan, middle east

MID-DAY UPDATE: Unrest in Jordan, Finding "Radio Shangi-La," McDonald's works the recession

Feb 8, 2011
Marketplace's Alisa Roth is in the Middle East covering the political unrest in Egypt and the surrounding countries. Roth spoke with Jeremy Hobson...
Posted In: Amman, Bhutan, Big Book, China, coffee, corruption, Egypt, groupon, Jordan, Lisa Napoli, McDonald's, mid-day update, middle east, protests, radio, recession, Tibet, Tunisia

MID-DAY UPDATE: You've got mail, Huffington Post, tough times in Tunisia, Reaganomics and 2011

Feb 7, 2011
AOL is buying The Huffington Post for $315 million in a merger it hopes will move the company away from dial-up modems and towards new media and...
Posted In: advertisements, aol, Arianna Huffington, Banks, commercials, Egypt, mid-day update, Reaganomics, Ronald Reagan, Super Bowl, The Huffington Post, Tunis, Tunisia

MID-DAY UPDATE: Egypt, Australia , and job numbers

Feb 2, 2011
Egyptian protesters in Cairo -- both opponents and supporters of President Mubarak's leadership -- are clashing today after the leader conceded to...
Posted In: Agriculture, Australia, Citigroup, cyclone, Egypt, EMI, flood, Internet, Jobs, mid-day update, Mubarak, The Beatles

Internet back on in Egypt

Feb 2, 2011
Reports are coming in that all major internet service providers are reconnected in Egypt and things are flowing once again. But the Washington Pos...
Posted In: Egypt, Google, government, Law, Twitter, world

The finances of the U.S.'s relationship with Egypt

Feb 1, 2011
The U.S. say that it would reconsider sending aid to the Arab country when the Egyptian protests start. There's yet to be any official decision. ...
Posted In: Egypt, foreign aid, protests