Volkswagen Sputters as the Popemobile Cruises Along

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VW is caught in the middle of scandal over software that can cheat emissions inspections.

It’s been a quite a week for corporations sparking outrage among consumers

A scandal at Volkswagen over how the automaker rigged emissions inspections in the U.S. cost the CEO his job.

And accusations of price-gouging after a drug company raised the price of a 62-year-old drug by more than 5,000 percent led the CEO to announce he’d lower the price, but he didn't say by how much.

This week on Money Talking, Rana Foroohar with Time Magazine and Ben White with Politico review what could be the consequences of these scandals.

And then, Pope Francis visits the U.S., meets the President, addresses Congress, and then gives a mass at Madison Square Garden. What does he hope to accomplish during his trip?