Daniel Gross, a business columnist at Slate and Newsweek magazine, breaks down the Societe Generale bank scandle. At a loss of $7.1 Billion, its the single biggest fraud ever precipitated by a single trader.
Daniel Gross, columnist for Newsweek and the author of Pop!: Why Bubbles Are Great For The Economy (Collins, 2007), clears up the question of how the presidential candidates from the Senate voted on the 2005 bankruptcy bill.
As baby boomers head into retirement, many want to switch from the uncertainty of the stock market to annuities. We ask Slate'sDaniel Gross and a financial advisor if that's a wise idea. And, why people are changing their minds about the Sopranos ending (and what it has ...
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