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The Bank of eBay?

Feb 1, 2006
Think eBay is just an online auction site? Think again. It also happens to be a money-market manager with assets of $500 million, thanks its PayPal electronic payment service. As Stacey Vanek-Smith reports, the eBay money market fund pays one of the highest yields in the industry.
Posted In: Wall Street

Google stock

Feb 1, 2006
Google's been an investment darling for some time now. But last night, Wall Street got a bit frugal on the company. Scott Tong reports.
Posted In: Wall Street

Southwest's Gary Kelly on building a corporate culture

Jan 31, 2006
In the first installment of our new segment "Conversations from the Corner Office," Kai talks with Southwest Airlines CEO Gary Kelly about building a corporate culture, and why the customer isn't necessarily always right.

Employment cost index

Jan 31, 2006
It's Alan Greenspan's last day as head of the Fed. A statistic Greenspan's particularly fond of is going in the right direction for him. But that also means that workers are falling further behind on pay. Bob Moon has more.
Posted In: Economy

State of the Union - Health

Jan 31, 2006
President Bush delivers his State of the Union address tonight. Among other things, he plans to propose new initiatives for health insurance. John Dimsdale has a preview.
Posted In: Economy, Health

Why health savings accounts are a bad idea

Jan 31, 2006
Commentator Zanny Minton-Beddoes says the health savings accounts President Bush is expected to tout in his State of the Union speech today could end up costing more money than they save.
Posted In: Economy, Health

So long, Alan

Jan 31, 2006
Amy Scott looks at how Alan Greenspan changed the role of Fed chief during his 18-year tenure.
Posted In: Economy

Hungry piggy banks

Jan 31, 2006
The savings rate among Americans is the lowest it's been since the Great Depression, according to the Commerce Department. Stacey Vanek-Smith reports.
Posted In: Economy

Saying goodbye to Greenspan

Jan 30, 2006
Tuesday, the nation's uber-economist takes his victory lap. It's Alan Greenspan's last day as Fed chairman. Most people in this country could probably identify Alan Greenspan's name and maybe that he's the Fed chairman, even if they have no idea what the Fed does. What is it about the guy? Here's Marketplace's Scott Tong.
Posted In: Economy

Ben Bernanke preview

Jan 30, 2006
Economist Eric Talley previews Ben Bernanke's tenure as Fed Chief with host Lisa Napoli.
Posted In: Economy

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