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  • What Ford Will Look Like in 2010

     
    This morning Ford announced a rather large loss in the second quarter of 2008 ??? $8.7 billion. Because the company needs to reassure stockholders and Wall Street of its future, Ford has detailed its product plans for the next two......
  • Who is for Barney Smith or Smith Barney?

     
    by Aamer Madhani In the leadup to Sen. Barack Obama's acceptance speech last night, a series of plain-spoken Americans testified about their support of the Democratic nominee. It was a nice show of average Americans explaining their passion for the......
  • $cary fall looms

     
    Time for some economic fundamentals: At some point, you can???t keep spending what you don???t have. At some point, you can???t keep borrowing if you can???t repay the loans. And at some point, the banks and firms who back all......
  • Obama hits McCain on Social Security

     
    Sen. Barack Obama, D-Ill., center, with Kansas Gov. Kathleen Sebelius, left, and Arizona Gov. Janet Napolitano at a rally in Daytona Beach, Fla., Saturday, Sept. 20, 2008.(AP Photo/Reinhold Matay) by John McCormick DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. - Appearing in a.......
  • McCain, Obama campaign turning point

     
    by Paul West As the credit meltdown became a full-blown crisis, it wasn't just a nightmare on Wall Street. It also was one of the worst things that could have happened to John McCain's presidential candidacy. When times are bad,......
  • Bush: We will 'strengthen' the ecomony

     
    by Mark Silva President Bush, cancelling a planned day trip to Florida and Alabama today to monitor developments in the nation's financial markets from the White House, pledged that "the American people can be sure that we will continue to......
  • McCain: Let's deregulate health, just like banks?

     
    Yesterday, McCain went on the attack and Obama tried to frame himself as the calm head, rising above partisanship. Today, Obama starts off on the attack: The volatility of the stock market provides one opening to focus on McCain's......
  • Bailout, taxpayers, Wall St: Who pays?

     
    by Mark Silva While congressional leaders race toward a hard-fought agreement over a $700-billion bailout for the nation's financial markets, resistant House Republicans say they are in no rush to lay the burden "on the backs of American taxpayers.''...
  • Obama: Financial stability fee (Updated)

     
    Obama, speaking in Reno, adds another idea to the rescue plan: a fee on Wall Street to eventually make the taxpayers whole. It's been kicking around, supported by some Dems, but not part of the plan voted down yesterday: "If......
  • Bush: Crisis 'worsens' without action

     
    by Mark Silva President Bush, insisting that Congress act on a stalled financial market rescue, said today that the nation's economy is "in an urgent situation, and the consequences will grow worse each day if we do not act... "If......
  • Dodd's banking money: Mr. chairman

     
    by Mark Silva When the Democrats put Sen. Chris Dodd in charge of the powerful Senate Banking Committee, Connecticut's senior senator outlined "generally pro-industry positions, but pledging to put consumers -- and the long-term health of the economy --...