To prevent closing assembly lines and shutting down pants, Chrysler wants to lease some of its space to a Canadian parts maker. Amy Scott reports more creative strategies could pop up as auto sales continue to slide.
The SEC wants to know why ratings agencies Fitch, Moody's, Standard & Poors gave AAA ratings to mortgage bonds that turned out to be junk. Some blame increased competition for a loss of objectivity. Amy Scott reports.
Wall Street may have helped get us into the credit crunch, but many of its employees are paying the price. In this installment of our continuing series, we see how the crunch affected one mortgage-backed securities broker.
When Rick Snow's go-kart business was struggling with the slow economy, he made some changes with the help of a loan -- and came face-to-face with the credit crunch. Amy Scott has this first story of a new series.
Think having bad credit is rough? There are some 50 million people in the U.S. who have no credit. But that doesn't mean they can't get on the record. Amy Scott tells us how one person did and how you can, too.
Over the centuries, thousands of ancient treasures have left Egypt -- either with official blessings or by smugglers. Now Egypt is stepping up its efforts to reclaim and safeguard its antiquities. Amy Scott reports.