WASHINGTON — The credibility of the government's $700 billion financial rescue program was damaged by claims a year ago that all of the initial bank...
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Toward the end of a long House Judiciary Committee hearing with Attorney General Eric Holder, Rep. Brad Sherman said he'd heard enough about torture a...
The financial "stress tests" on the big banks gave us good news: they "only" need $75 billion of new capital. That's a lot of money, but much less than many of us feared.
Out of 671,000 corporate meetings, only 12,000 -- less than 1.8 percent -- were the kind of incentive programs that drew Sen. Kerry's negative attention.
The eight CEOs testifying Wednesday before the House Financial Services Committee about how their companies are using billions of dollars in bailout f...
The only other time the industry has seen a 3-million (or more) unit plunge was following the 1974 oil shortage.
Really wish there were better news to post about, but the auto industry is reeling worldwide, and there's no better example than Toyota.
This "agreement" is just another part of the recent "Bush/Cheney Revisionist History Farewell Tour." It was created to fail, just as long as that failure didn't happen while Bush was still president.
Even Bush doesn't want to go down in history as the man who oversaw the destruction of GM, Ford and Chrysler (I hope), and I'd guess Obama wishes he could install his own new team now and fire Paulson.
We've had enough threats from our sworn enemies -- we don't need them from Detroit executives. These CEOs and their boards of directors must go, whether by car or jet or skateboard, they must go.
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