Doug Foreman, director of equities at Highmark Capital, talks with Steve Chiotakis about how important the latest ADP employer services numbers are, and whether we should take comfort in the European manufacturing numbers.
The Treasury Department may finally roll out the Public-Private Partnership program, where the government encourages private investors to buy troubled assets. But it may be less ambitious than originally planned. Ashley Milne-Tyte reports.
These days, credit card companies are taking plastic away from a lot of consumers. To figure out whose credit to cut, companies look at where you live, where you shop, and what you buy. Stacey Vanek-Smith reports on data profiling.
Despite working into the night, California lawmakers failed to balance the state budget, which means IOU's may be issued in lieu of payments for the first time in nearly two decades. Sam Eaton reports.
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