Segments From this episode
The U.S. government's possible takeover of troubled banks has prompted concerns about nationalization. Bob Moon talks with analyst Josh Rosner, managing director at financial research firm Graham Fisher, about what nationalization really means.
First Hyundai let laid-off consumers give their cars back within a year of purchase. Now Toll Brothers will cover six months of mortgage payments for homeowners who lose their jobs. Who really benefits from these plans? Mitchell Hartman reports.
A bank in northern Italy is surviving the downturn by relying on an unusual tradition. It's stockpiling Parmesan cheese from local producers to hedge against losses. Megan Williams reports.
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