Feb 26, 2018

02/26/2018: The eternal CEO

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(U.S. Edition) CEOs get criticized for short-term thinking, but what if you kept them in power for several decades? In China, President Xi Jinping could stay in power for the remainder of his life. We'll look at news that the ruling Communist party wants to change the constitution that would grant him the ability to. Afterwards, we'll discuss the importance of checking your credit score, and then talk to Gary Kennedy — the former top lawyer of American Airlines — about whether airlines have to deal with too many rules and regulations.

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Are airline rules getting out of hand?

Feb 26, 2018
A former American Airlines employee makes the case for more deregulation.
An American Airlines plane takes off at Miami International Airport.
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Monitor credit scores? You might wish you had if you don’t

Feb 26, 2018
Most people say they care about credit card security. They just don’t take time to deal with it before it’s too late. Click the audio player above to hear the full story.  Stories You Might Like 10/18/2017: The stock market’s worst single-day drop 10/19/2017: Will China’s economic growth help President Xi Jinping? A new deal […]

(U.S. Edition) CEOs get criticized for short-term thinking, but what if you kept them in power for several decades? In China, President Xi Jinping could stay in power for the remainder of his life. We’ll look at news that the ruling Communist party wants to change the constitution that would grant him the ability to. Afterwards, we’ll discuss the importance of checking your credit score, and then talk to Gary Kennedy — the former top lawyer of American Airlines — about whether airlines have to deal with too many rules and regulations.

The team

Stephen Ryan Producer, BBC