Daniel Gross appears in the following:
Wednesday, December 23, 2009
- Finance Takeout: So far, the federal government and banks have done swift work disentangling public and private interests, following the massive economic rescue effort launched last year. But Newsweek columnist Dan Gross says the Fed's hardest work is just around the corner. Gross says raising interest rates and cutting ties to the housing market are tough but necessary moves to truly get back to business as usual.
- Politics Takeout: Time Magazine's Jay Newton Small reports on Alabama Rep. Parker Griffith's defection from the Democratic party to the Republican side of the aisle.
- Sports Takeout: Our own Ibrahim Abdul-Matin with his second of top ten sports moments of the year: Serena Williams.
Thursday, December 03, 2009
On the eve of the Bureau of Labor Statistic’s release of employment numbers for November, President Obama will host 130 business leaders at the White House today for a "Jobs Summit." The President's summit will include a meeting of the minds between CEOs of large corporations and small business owners; economists, labor union leaders and non-profit groups. Newt Gingrich, in response to the president's summit, announced yesterday that he will hold his own meeting, deeming it the "Real Jobs Summit." So with all the summits, we at The Takeaway decided to hold our own, including Dan Gross, senior editor at Newsweek; Ken Rogers, executive director of Automation Alley in Troy, Mich. (Rogers will be attending President Obama's summit later today); and Dave Thompson, news director for Prairie Public Radio in North Dakota, where unemployment numbers are at a nationwide low.
Thursday, November 12, 2009
Tuesday, November 10, 2009
- Money Takeout: Newsweek's Daniel Gross tells us about the Dow Jones Industrial Average's 52-week high, and what it means for the economy as a whole.
- Sports Takeout: Our own Ibrahim Abdul-Matin gives us a re-cap of Monday Night Football, which pitted the Pittsburgh Steelers, defending Superbowl champs, against the Denver Broncos.
- Listener Takeout: We hear responses to our conversation about windfalls on Wall Street and the toll troop deployments take on military families.
Tuesday, November 10, 2009
- Congress Takeout: Todd Zwillich gives us the latest on the continuing wrangling over abortion funding prohibitions in the health care bill passed by the House of Representatives this weekend.
- Money Takeout: Daniel Gross, senior editor at Newsweek magazine, helps us parse yesterday's Federal Reserve announcement that all but one of the largest U.S. banks has enough capital to weather a continued recession.
- Listener Takeout: We hear more views on whether or not the media should be focusing so much on the religion of the Fort Hood shooter.
Monday, October 26, 2009
- Washington Takeout: The Takeaway's Washington correspondent, Todd Zwillich, tells us about the week ahead in the health care reform debate.
- Business Takeout: Columnist for Slate and Newsweek Dan Gross gives us a hint at what the government might label "too big to fail" when it comes to banks.
- Sports Takeout: Takeaway contributor, Ibrahim Abdul-Matin, talks about the Yankees' win in Game 6 of the ALCS.
Wednesday, October 21, 2009
- Washingon Takeout: The Takeaway's Washington correspondent Todd Zwillich gives us his reaction to our discussion with Rep. Henry Waxman (D-Calif.) about the future of the public option in health care reform.
- Finance Takeout: Newsweek writer Dan Gross joins with a look at the economic recovery of one aspect of the economy — the business-to-business sales market. But is this trend an indicator of an economy in recovery? Or just a small rebound?
- Listener Takeout: Listeners respond to our conversation on the number of homeless increasing with the poor economy.
Tuesday, October 20, 2009
- Washington Takeout: Takeaway Washington correspondent Todd Zwillich describes some of the hoaxes that are making business not-so-usual on Capitol Hill this week.
- Business Takeout: Dan Gross, columnist for Slate and Newsweek, explains why the dollar continues to fall against other currencies.
- Sports Takeout: Ibrahim Abdul-Matin takes us through two exciting MLB playoff games, both decided in the final inning, and both with a final score of 5–4.
Monday, October 19, 2009
- Washington Takeout: Democrats on Capitol Hill continue pushing their campaign for health care reform. Takeaway Contributor Todd Zwillich drops by to tell us how the insurance companies are responding, and how the Democrats are hitting back.
- Business Takeout: Wal-Mart and Amazon are competing head to head for book sales by pricing their books below wholesale costs. Newsweek reporter Daniel Gross talks to us about why the two are locking horns, and what this means for readers.
- Sports Takeout: The Takeaway's sports contributor, Ibrahim Abdul-Matin, takes a look back at baseball's AL and NL championship series over the weekend and looks ahead to Game 3 of the ALCS between the New York Yankees and the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim.
Tuesday, August 25, 2009
This morning, President Obama will nominate Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke to a second term. The President will do so during an appearance at Oak Bluffs School on Martha’s Vineyard, where the First Family is vacationing this week. Joining us to talk about Bernanke's performance during the current economic crisis is our friend Dan Gross, columnist at Newsweek and Slate and author of the book "Dumb Money," as well as Richard Bove, banking equities analyst and a Vice President at Rochdale Securities.
Friday, July 31, 2009
Tuesday, July 28, 2009
Over the last two weeks, good economic news has been rolling in: there were big quarterly profit reports from banks and Ford and the Dow is trading over 9,000. Is the recession over? Friend of The Takeaway Dan Gross, columnist for Newsweek and Slate.com, joins us with his take on the economy, including the prospect of a jobless recovery.
For more, read Dan Gross' cover story, The Recession is Over, in Newsweek.
Tuesday, July 21, 2009
Wednesday, July 15, 2009
Wednesday, July 15, 2009
Tuesday, July 14, 2009
Analysts were expecting Goldman Sachs to post around $2 billion in profit in their second quarter. But when the numbers were released they surprised everyone with a profit of $3.4 billion. If Goldman Sachs is doing so well, does this mean America is on its way out of the recession? Dan Gross, columnist for Newsweek and Slate, and author of Dumb Money: How Our Greatest Financial Minds Bankrupted the Nation joins The Takeaway with his analysis of the financial news.