Three questions today, one answer. Name: James Tracey Question: On a recent program, you interviewed a lady from the New York city area, who works in the public education field. She was about to lose the house that her family…
This entry is cross-posted on the Business Desk, where business and economics correspondent Paul Solman answers your questions on economic news. Follow Paul on Twitter. Question: First of all, thank you for the articles on the 99ers. We…
The Obama administration is tweaking the current foreclosure policy to help people stay in their homes. Judy Woodruff reports on who may be helped.
As part of his ongoing series, Making Sense of the economy, Paul Solman takes a real estate tour in Atlanta, Ga., with two experts on home sale prices.
President Obama is expected to pay particular attention to the needs of middle-class voters in Wednesday's State of the Union.
By Carolyn O'Hara
On the West side of Chicago, the loss of a bank that invested widely in local neighborhoods is being mourned by residents, who question why a bank's commitment to community is not considered part of its bottom line.
Judy Woodruff gets another reaction to the White House banker summit from Steve Bartlett of the Financial Services Roundtable, which lobbies for most of the banks represented in Monday's meeting with President Obama.
Tom Bearden examines how small businesses' inability to get credit is playing out in Colorado.
Question: Some have said that big banks, like Citi or Bank of America, should have been allowed to fail. Given their size, could the FDIC really have covered the insured deposits? Or would the…
The FDIC reported that its insurance fund shrank 20 percent in the second quarter. Jeffrey Brown speaks with a reporter and analyst about troubled banks.
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