As the U.S. grapples with an economic slowdown and a housing slump, financial leaders are rethinking their strategies. Financier and author George Soros reflects on the changing business trends and details his new book, which examines the "credit crash" of…
The Federal Reserve proposed new credit card regulations Friday in response to growing rancor over credit practices that are widely regarded as unfair and deceptive. Robin Farzad of BusinessWeek Magazine explains the details and possible effects.
By PBS NewsHour
The Bush administration unveiled the most sweeping plan to overhaul the U.S. financial regulatory system since the Great Depression on Monday, but admitted that the next president's administration will need to hammer out many details with Congress.
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