• June 10, 2003  

    Imclone founder Sam Waksal was sentenced to seven years and three months in prison for his part in an insider trading scandal. Gwen Ifill examines the case and its possible wider meaning with John Coffee of the Columbia University Law School. Continue reading

  • June 9, 2003  

    Kwame Holman reports on the congressional effort to restore the child tax credit to some low-income families. Continue reading

  • June 6, 2003  

    Abby Joseph Cohen, chair of the Investment Policy Committee at Goldman Sachs; and Allen Sinai, chief global economist and president of Decision Economics, Inc. speak with Ray Suarez about the U.S.’s mixed economic news, including rising unemployment and the stock market’s recent gains. Continue reading

  • June 6, 2003  

    Continuing a series on education, Paul Solman of WGBH Boston looks at how recent college graduates are fairing in the job market. Continue reading

  • June 5, 2003  

    Martha Stewart resigned as CEO of her corporation, Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia after being indicted on nine federal counts related to an alleged insider trading stock deal. Ray Suarez gets perspective on Stewart’s legal traumas from Kara Scannell, a reporter with the Wall Street Journal. Continue reading

  • June 4, 2003  

    As the beach vacation season gains momentum, a new report by the Pew Oceans Commission warns that the world’s oceans are in danger from over fishing, pollution and urban sprawl. Ray Suarez examines theses issues and the future of the fishing industry with two experts. Continue reading

  • May 27, 2003  

    The U.S. dollar hit an all-time low against the euro today. Paul Solman discusses the drooping dollar with international economist Fred Bergsten. Continue reading

  • May 26, 2003  

    Hard times have hit book publishers. Terence Smith reports on recent trends within the book publishing industry. Continue reading

  • May 23, 2003   BY Admin 

    The Senate approved a $330 billion compromise tax cut Friday morning that included a reduction of taxes on stock dividends and capital gains, $1,000 child tax credits and a reduction of the so-called marriage penalty tax. Continue reading

  • May 23, 2003  

    Both houses of Congress approved President Bush’s new tax cut plan Friday, a package worth $350 billion in tax cuts and state assistance over ten years. Ray Suarez discusses how the plan will affect individuals and families of differing income levels with Clint Stretch, tax policy director for Deloitte & Touche. Continue reading