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Monday, August 10, 2009
Two strange bedfellows will face a judge in federal court today: Bank of America and the Securities and Exchange Commission. The Takeaway talks to Louise Story, finance reporter for The New York Times.
Friday, July 31, 2009
Last week we reported on the Obama administration's “cash for clunkers” program—where you can trade in your old beater for a credit on a new, more fuel efficient car. The rewards program was supposed to last well into the Fall, but news late last night says "cash for clunkers" may have already been cashed out. Joining The Takeaway this morning with more is Louise Story, a reporter for The New York Times.
Friday, July 31, 2009
New York Attorney General Andrew Cuomo’s office reported yesterday that Wall Street bonuses are back. This is just in time for the vote in the House today on the Executive Compensation Bill. Joining The Takeaway is Louise Story, a reporter for The New York Times with the latest on the bonuses.
Monday, June 08, 2009
Do you remember the headlines of a few months back, when AIG handed out $165 million in bonuses after taking a federal handout? Well, so does the Obama administration. This week they are poised to announce a new set of regulations on executive compensation. They are also nominating a so-called Pay Czar to monitor executive compensation. Louise Story, reporter for The New York Times, joins The Takeaway with more.
For more, read Louise Story's and Eric Dash's article, U.S. to Propose Wider Oversight of Compensation
, in the New York Times.
Friday, January 23, 2009
Two of the nation's largest and most troubled banks are going through high-level personnel changes. Bank of America has taken over Merrill Lynch, and is now pushing out its chairman John Thain. And under pressure from federal regulators Citigroup has brought in a new chairman, Richard D. Parsons, who used to head up Time Warner. New York Times business reporter Louise Story joins John and Adaora to explain the high level staff shifts and what they might mean for the future of the banks.
For more, read Louise Story's article, Thain Resigns Amid Losses at Bank of America
in the New York Times.
Thursday, December 18, 2008
The profits on Wall Street are long gone. This week, Goldman Sachs, a longtime top performer, reported a quarterly loss of more than $2 BILLION, which is its first quarterly loss since going public nine years ago. While you would expect there would be no bonuses to executives at Goldman and other banks, that is not the case. Executives at banks that ran into the ground took home hundreds of millions. Now there are questions about what role those lavish bonuses played in the banks', and the economy's, collapse. Louise Story is covering this story for our partner the New York Times.
For more on this story, read Louise Story's article in the New York Times, On Wall Street, Bonuses, Not Profits, Were Real