Business

'Evening News' Bummed Over Lower Gas Prices

Segment views cheaper fuel as sign of economy in peril, obstacle to 'develop alternative sources of energy or fund green developments.'

Friedman: Let Gov't, Not Companies, Reap Carbon Tax Revenue

NY Times columnist agonizes over politicians reluctant to impose taxes that would artificially influence market behavior.

Fox Biz Anchor: Treasury's Misuse of TARP 'Outrageous'

Alexis Glick tells 'Early Show' Paulson's decision not to buy troubled assets is a 'mess' and 'does not make sense.'

CBS Slams Wall Street Bonuses, Stokes Class War Rhetoric

Worried bailout money may go to reward top workers, 'Early Show' story features 'unhappy' Barney Frank.

NBC Universal Plans Wall-to-Wall 'Green Week' Coverage

Family of networks will air 150 hours of environmental programming Nov. 16-22.

Journalists Credit Obama for Stock Gains, Ignore Losses

News media apply double standard to president-elect's influence on market fluctuations.

NBC Calls for More Health Insurance Regulation

'Nightly News' medical editor says government must block insurers from charging different prices to cover men and women.

ABC Ponders Bailing Out More Troubled Industries -- Like the Media!

'World News' weighs pros, cons of GM bailout; suggests other sectors could be considered for rescue.

Boortz: Void Union Contracts Under GM Bailout

Talk radio host claims collective bargaining agreements between automakers, unions make business model unsustainable.

GM Bailout Only Way to Stave Off Great Depression II, Says Cramer

'Mad Money' host tells viewers letting a bad business fail, putting the labor elsewhere would never work.
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