Recession

Peter Goodman's Strained Idea of an Economic "Slump"

The paper's newest gloomy economics reporter sees hardship in slipping sales of crab meat.

NYT Weeps as High-Ticket Items Become Unaffordable in Slowdown

Front-page article spins slowing luxury item sales as 'housing-related' hardship hitting 'Main Street.'

Zuckerman Makes 'Great Depression' Claim Again

U.S. News & World Report editor says economy facing the 'strongest downward pressures' since 'Depression.'

CBS Trots Out 'Great Depression' References in Wake of Bear Collapse

CBS's morning show gives a very grim report about the state of the economy after J.P. Morgan and the Federal Reserve act to keep beleaguered investment bank from failing.

Oops - CNBC's Cramer Said 'Don't Move' From Bear a Week Before Collapse

'Mad Money' host drastically underestimated the investment bank's trouble surrounding the mortgage crisis.

'Today' Sends Mixed Signals on Markets

NBC co-host makes Great Depression comparison while CNBC contributors caution against panic.

Not Just Recession, Clinton Appointee Talking 'Depression'

Former Labor Secretary Reich: 'I Think There's a 20 Percent Chance of a Depression'

'Evening News' Plays Race Card on Home Loans

CBS suggests race was a factor in $300 delinquency surcharge in subprime hardship story.

Burnett Quadruples Foreclosure Statistics

Reporter says 8 percent of homes are in foreclosure, when it was actually 2 percent for the fourth quarter of 2007.

Finding a Gas Station with the Highest Price

Prices onscreen continue to be higher than the national average for gas.
Syndicate content