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Networks Forget JPMorgan Chase CEO Dimon Used to be Close Friends with Obama
6/5/2012 9:40 AM ET
Fair-weather friend Obama distances himself from Dimon once trouble arises.
Bad Businesses Should Face Market Consequences
11/10/2008 2:16 PM ET
A rebuttal of AIG senior VP's claim that the federal bailout the company received was 'better' than bankruptcy.
CNN Pulls out 'D-Word' in Economy Speculation
5/23/2008 9:39 AM ET
Economist warns about $5 gas, 'something worse than a mild recession.'
Media Predictions on Unemployment and Jobs Off by Wide Margin
5/2/2008 2:24 PM ET
Economic indicators better than expected.
NPR: The Economy Is Surviving $100 Oil
11/14/2007 10:54 AM ET
Public radio broadcast says $100 oil hasn't had too much of a negative effect on economy ... 'yet.'
'Today' Tells Viewers Fall in the Stock Market Can Be a Good Thing
11/13/2007 1:02 PM ET
CNBC personal finance expert Suze Orman explains the 'buy low and sell high' strategy is best for long-term investors.
What Happens to Companies That 'Go Green'
10/15/2007 12:20 PM ET
Mutual fund manager explains why consumers, shareholders and business leaders should be skeptical of global warming regulation lobbying and 'market-based' solutions.
Media Coverage Rated 'R' for 'Recession'
9/12/2007 2:35 PM ET
The media have predicted recession for four years. Will this be the year?
Four Years of Media Fairy Tales about the Economy
9/12/2007 2:22 PM ET
Journalists pushed fable of recession throughout job-heavy economic recovery.
NY Times: Charity is Bad - It's Better to Give Your Money to Gov't
9/6/2007 5:59 PM ET
Article criticizes private philanthropy, asserting that it messes with the government's redistribution of wealth.
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